Would ending the emergency unemployment benefits program help local businesses find workers?
carol Hackett selected Yes
Door County has enough difficulty finding help and has already suffered pandemic financial damage. Now they have business and could get back on their feet, and they are getting paid more to stay home! No matter what side of the aisle, this does not make any sense!!!! It takes so much more to develop confidence, skills, good work ethics, than to stay home and collect all this money! Frankly it is nuts, and the Feds are just keeping the money printing machines running, while our national debt keeps climbing!
Anonymous selected Yes
A lot of people are just sitting at home taking the free government money because it is more than they get working.
Thank you Democruds, for the disincentive to go out, get a job, and work.
The welfare state nonsense has to stop. There are tons of jobs out there available, get off your rears and get one.
William Warren (Bill) Gamble selected Yes
Younger People (Most) Don’t Want Physically Hard Work when they can sit on their duffs for unemployment checks. They should also be required to physically go on job searches as the State’s Website and Individual Counties and Municipalities as well as many companies and employers post adds all over.
jkf selected Yes
If pay is greater for staying home rather than working, it is a no brainer to stay home. Dah!
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