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Long term Unemployment and the Social Safety Net

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:27 am

"Older workers, women, and those with more education are less likely to become unemployed than other workers, but once they become unemployed, they are disproportionately more likely to experience long-term unemployment. In addition, older workers, women, and unmarried adults without children have made up increasingly larger shares of the long-term unemployed since the recession’s end."


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Re: Long term Unemployment and the Social Safety Net

Post by snday on Sun Aug 26, 2012 11:45 pm

Unemployment is the social problem in any country,hope the government can solve it efficiently.


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Re: Long term Unemployment and the Social Safety Net

Post by MaryKay on Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:41 pm

I guess at this point, my question is:

What social safety net? No jobs program, no career seminars (not job fairs) actual real seminars where they will provide funding at a low cost for people to retrain in areas that have been researched and are areas that need employees. There is nothing left for the 99ers other than Food Stamps, while we are grateful for them, it doesn't pay the bills and you can't get them if you become homeless. No real mortgage or housing assistance. So what social programs or safety net are "they" referring to.


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