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Social Security Disability Fund A Last Resort For The Unemployed As Benefits Dry Up

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Social Security Disability Fund A Last Resort For The Unemployed As Benefits Dry Up

Post by Guest on Thu Dec 29, 2011 9:07 am

As more jobless people run out of unemployment insurance, they are turning to a last resort to make ends meet: government disability benefits.

Two new studies cited by The Wall Street Journal find that when jobless Americans exhaust their unemployment benefits, they turn to Social Security disability benefits to survive. The number of Americans receiving Social Security disability benefits has risen to 10.6 million since 2002 -- an increase of 47 percent, the WSJ reports.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/28/social-security-disability-unemployment_n_1172682.html?ref=unemployment

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