When will the payouts for unemployment end?
America is in a recession and yet we continue to spend money. Some people are getting over 3 years of unemployment. When I grew up my parents taught me values. Those values were to go out and get a job and take care of your family. What gives in America? There are plenty of jobs out there. Why are people not going back to work? I suppose the stimulus was a big waste of tax payer dollars. It still shows that we are at a 10% unemployment rate. Obviously jobs have not been created. Please tell me your thoughts?
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by jiberish8 years ago
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