What do you think about the government's bill to extend unemployment benefits? What would be...
Since my wife is unemployed, and her benefits just ran out, and she can't find another job, I think I would vote to extend the benefits. If they don't and she can't find work, we are screwed. We depend on her income to make ends meet.
My unemployment ran out in June and jobs are very difficult to find with the over-saturation of high school kids gobbling up the minimum wage jobs. I would say we need an extension because without it many families will be dependent on social services which are already overextended. Folks, this isn't a recession....it is a Depression and the sooner we all realize this the sooner we can recover economically.
by Jim Hunter7 years ago
Thats ridiculous, if you can't find a job in your area in three years then move to where the jobs are. Unemployment is beginning to be a career for some people.
by Eugene Hardy5 years ago
Specifically, you have run out of benefits and you still can not find a job?
by Chris Merritt3 years ago
How does the unemployement rate drop when we have fewer people working?According the the Bureau of Labor in Dec of 2011 there was 132.9 million people employed in the USA, in Jan of 2012 there were 130.4 million people...
by leeberttea7 years ago
http://finance.yahoo.com/career-work/ar … employmentThis is interesting, in spite of high unemployment some firms are having trouble hiring! One of the reasons sited in this article is extended unemployment...
by ExpandYourMind7 years ago
Do you think Congress should pass the bill extending unemployment for workers who have been...unemployed for over 6 months -- and why or why not.?
by cliffordh7 years ago
I was one of many individuals yesterday that, was disappointed in the Senateâ��s refusal to fund emergency unemployment benefits for millions of Americans across the country who, were in desperate need of it, using...
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