hireworthy

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EtymologyEdit

From hire +‎ -worthy.

AdjectiveEdit

hireworthy (comparative more hireworthy, superlative most hireworthy)

  1. Worthy of hire; employable.
    • 2013, Kirk G. Painter, P.T., Cert. MDT, So you want to be a therapist:
      The volunteers and interns we note as hire-worthy are the ones who quickly show their outgoing, but appropriate personalities.
    • 2013, Miriam Auerbach, Dirty Harriet:
      Instead, once you hit the fifty-mile mark, you were no longer hireworthy or sexworthy.