Why Compensate Unemployed?

Unemployment Compensation is an amount received by an unemployed worker, originating from the state. Unemployment Compensation is classified as a type of social welfare benefit. The unemployed are a burden on the economy they have to be provided for at least that much that can satisfy their basic needs.

Another premise behind the system is that unemployed workers will find an optimal job where their skills can be put to use in the interest of the economy as well as their own, rather than simply taking the first job that comes along and filling their days with that work. The unemployment insurance in effect makes it one's full-time job to find the most suitable job within a reasonable time.


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