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Is "at this time" a correct expression in this context, to mean "at present", "currently", "now", "these days", "at the moment"?
"At this time" is relatively formal so I would expect it to be followed by "unemployed" or the carefully worded "between jobs". "Out of work" is quite casual.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
One more thing.
Is "IN this time I am unemployed" at all acceptable? Sounds awkward to me, but one never knows ...
It's not acceptable.