Do you think it's abusing the system if someone has the opportunity to take a job paying less that they were making before and they turn it down?
Unempoyment is supposed to be temporary. I've heard that it was never intended for anyone to be on it for more than 9 months.
I know some people don't have a choice and TRULY can not find ANYTHING. I've talked to people who haven't been able to get a McDonnald job because they aren't hiring but for those of you that HAVE the option of taking a job making less, how long do you plan on staying on unemployment before lowering your standards?
Eventually...something's got to give...
Asked by Anonymous at 9:21 PM on Mar. 5, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:31 PM on Mar. 5, 2010
I know people who are not on unemployment and don't have jobs that still say "I can't afford to work there I need to make more money". I just don't get it. Right now you make $0.... but your holding out for better pay and your family is suffering? If you need to make more than get two jobs. Or work at one while looking for something better. But sitting around complaining about jobs that don't offer enough will get you no where.
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