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The Labour Divide

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Author: Sam Vaknin
Published: 2002
Language: English
Wordcount: 28,359 / 100 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 38.6
LoC Category: B
Downloads: 1,483
mnybks.net#: 7120
License: ©

(c) 2002 Copyright Lidija Rangelovska.

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al Job Classification.

The Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment benefits if excessive and wrongly applied are self -perpetuating because they provide a strong disincentive to work.

Unemployment benefits should be means tested. There is no reason to pay unemployment benefits to the children of a multi-millionaire. Unemployed with assets (especially liquid assets) should not receive benefits, even if they are otherwise eligible. The benefits should scale down in accordance with wealth and income.

Unemployment benefits should always be limited in time, should decrease gradually and should be withheld from certain segments of the population, such as school dropouts, those who never held a job, (in some countries) women after childrearing.

Eligibility to unemployment benefits should be confined to those released from work immediately prior to the receipt of the benefits, who are available to work by registering in an employment bureau, who are actively seeking employment and who pa

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