"لَيْسَ عِنْدهُ عَمَل."
Translation:He does not have work.
If you translate the Arabic phrase word-for-word, it says, "He does not have work." That means "he is unemployed."
"He doesn't have a job" could work, but not exactly, because a job does not necessarily mean work in the English language. For example, a person could be employed (i.e. have work), but doesn't have a job/task to do right now.