• (adj): Not paid.
    Example: "Unpaid wages"; "an unpaid bill"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unpaid:

Feminist Economists - Major Areas of Inquiry - Care Economy
... Feminist economists study both paid and unpaid care work ... They argue that traditional analysis of economics often ignores the value of household unpaid work ... Feminist economists have argued that unpaid domestic work is as valuable as paid work, so measures of economic success should include unpaid work ...
Feminist Economists - Major Areas of Inquiry - Unpaid Work - System of National Accounts
... The SNA recognizes that unpaid work is an area of interest, but "unpaid household services are excluded from production boundary." Feminist economists have criticized the SNA for this exclusion ... disparities are criticized for ignoring unpaid work ... Measure (GEM), neither of which include much unpaid work ...
Mário Silva (footballer) - Career
... Following his departure he filed a lawsuit against the club to due to unpaid wages ... he successful won his case whereby the club paid him his unpaid wages from the time he was the club during his second spell ... Following his resignation, he cited unpaid wages as the reason for his departure from the club ...
Carers Rights Movement
... that have been identified by research articles and studies of unpaid carers (or caregivers as they are known in the USA) ... Restrictions on the freedom and opportunities of unpaid carers caused by the heavy burden of caring have given rise to the Carers rights movement ... caregivers, refer to the care of people with disabilities by unpaid relatives or friends ...

More definitions of "unpaid":

  • (adj): Engaged in as a pastime.
    Example: "Unpaid extras in the documentary"
    Synonyms: amateur, recreational
  • (adj): Without payment.
    Example: "The soup kitchen was run primarily by unpaid helpers"
    Synonyms: volunteer

Famous quotes containing the word unpaid:

    The office of the scholar is to cheer, to raise, and to guide men by showing them facts amidst appearances. He plies the slow, unhonored, and unpaid task of observation.... He is the world’s eye.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The compensations of calamity are made apparent to the understanding also, after long intervals of time. A fever, a mutilation, a cruel disappointment, a loss of wealth, a loss of friends, seems at the moment unpaid loss, and unpayable. But the sure years reveal the deep remedial force that underlies all facts.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    No man can call himself liberal, or radical, or even a conservative advocate of fair play, if his work depends in any way on the unpaid or underpaid labor of women at home, or in the office.
    Gloria Steinem (b. 1934)