Are unemployment benefits creating an incentive not to work?

Are unemployment benefits creating an incentive not to work?

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No

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Yes

Are unemployment benefits creating an incentive not to work?
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Max
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Max

Yes, It's even difficult to find people to remodel or repair homes.

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Grumpy Old Man
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Grumpy Old Man

Too many businesses are finding it difficult to hire employees. Allowing more illegals into the country to fill the employee gap is NOT the answer..

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Logan Motley
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Logan Motley

I've heard people actually say, "I'm not going back to work when I can make more money sitting at home."

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Alex007
Alex007

WOW, almost like people were not paid enough to begin with, sure people don't want to work if they are not paid what their work is worth

Harry D
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Harry D

Liberals want people to be dependent on government handouts. Easier to buy votes that way so Liberals can stay in power and line their pockets with corruption. 10% for the Big Guy don't you know.

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Logan Motley
Logan Motley

That's why trump tried so hard to get the 2000.00 stimulus checks and unemployment expansion passed before he left office because he's a closet liberalšŸ¤£šŸ¤£

Max
Max

Right answer.

Charlotte Austin Goodell
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Charlotte Austin Goodell

To many people are bringing more in on unemployment then they were in their paychecks or for some it's about the same as they were making when working but on unemployment the benefit is they get to stay home for the same amount of money and for some they gained the benefit of no daycare costs.

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Elizabeth Spalding
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Elizabeth Spalding

Yes, but this is not as bad as what it sounds like. Unemployment benefits can help with frictional unemployment. In addition, it can allievate cyclical unemployment social costs that increase with joblessness, like crime, discouraged workers leaving the labor force, family health etc.

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No

Are unemployment benefits creating an incentive not to work?
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