Do you think the welfare program keeps people from looking for jobs?
There are some people that take government assistance because they can, and would refuse a job so that they can continue collecting money without doing anything. However, there are also many people who do take personal pride in working for a living, and they will find a job as quickly as possible. Personally, I think every state in the US should go to the "work fare" that they've started in some states -- you will collect a check, but if you're able to do anything at all then you will work for the check.
Yes to a point
Well for some people
And for some people who just are too lazy to look for work
Or are just sick of the no job listings
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