Government Mandated Benefits |
Unemployment is a wide conversation that is being discussed more times than none, especially in this day and time. The article that I will be discussing is concerning unemployment promoting individuals to move for a better employment opportunity. Instead of moving for a better job, people have been staying within their confront zone because of multiple reasons that may include: fear of the unknown, family and friends not being close by, and just plan not wanting to. Providing vouchers that promoted moving and providing assistance to those that are interested in moving could benefit them by taking up the slack that maybe an option for the person to move and provide better for themselves, without the immediate worry of not being able to make ends meet before actually having the job that they need to survive.
This topic relates to our conversations in class because we were basically in the process of understanding how some of the government funding programs were are a benefit to those persons that are not afford healthcare or being discriminated against in receiving healthcare, just to name a few.
I think that it’s first necessary to establish the meaning of unemployment benefits and how it is distributed among those that are in need. Unemployment insurance payments (benefits) are intended to provide temporary financial assistance to unemployed workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own. (Careeronestop) Each state sets their own ruling of how the funds are paid to the individual and for how long.
This article concerning employment and the opportunities that await, especially college graduates in moving to another area that may provide them with higher paying wages is a great topic. I agree with Professor Enrico Moretti, (Enrico Moretti is a professor of labor economics at the University of California at Berkeley and the author of “The New Geography of Jobs.”) that there is a...