"I'm between jobs right now."
I just came across this phrase 'between jobs' or 'between projects' and found out that it means you are currently unemployed.
Gosh... why did I come across this just now...? I could've used this before to sound more dignified, instead of saying I was a bum and unemployed. lol.
To be between jobs means the person is currently unemployed; between their last job and the would be new job- so that makes it between. (make sense)
So well, to save yourself the trouble and the shame on admitting you're out of work, I've learned we could just use the phrase 'between jobs/ projects', and you could even sound like some smartypants :P
Very simple lesson for me today I guess. :D :P