Postings with tag: unemployment
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By Thom Goddard
October 23, 2015
This article is a non-political investigation into links between issues around housing, unemployment and Government finances in the UK. A simple solution, based on statistics rather than emotive policies, may be the answer - Zero Corporation Tax Zones.
May 05, 2015
A brief discussion about the facts concerning banning High Capacity Magazines and Assault look alike weapons and the results of doing so.
I wrote this essay for my MACRO economics class. It deals with unemployment and the young students that will have to deal with it. Myself included...
Unemploymant is the biggest issue In India among the Educated Mass.Through these poems I want to highlight this issue in front of My government so that they can take some actions.
This is a feeling I had felt when I suffered a partial layoff a few years ago. It wasn't even unemployment. My company just dropped my hours to sometimes 16 hours per week. I was depressed, but it could have been worse. The economy was globally in shambles, and many…
While backbenchers in Australian politics get $131,900 a year tax-free, the unemployed get less than $12,000 to live on. If this is insufficient CentreLink will laugh in your face as you beg for help. And unlike other countries, if you cannot pay your rent and move into the streets in…
Reflexions about an awful decade in Australia. Note: “Bludgers” is an Aussie word invented by former Aussie Prime Minister Malcom Fraser as a means of tormenting the unemployed and people on welfare. "Stagflation" is when inflation & unemployment are both high.
December 24, 2010
The title says it all. The Australian Government is guilty of Gross Human Rights Violations against the unemployed and other pensioners! I am actually an invalid unable to get work, but am classed as unemployed since theoretically, despite severe arthritis of the spine, I could work 15 hours per week.…
The first of nearly 20 short stories I wrote about life on unemployment benefit in a country (Australia) where the unemployed are treated like murderers on death row.
In this story the sun is a sentient star named Eiija. It is unhappy with the way things are going on earth and takes rather drastic action, or does it? Setting is at present and in the near future. Interesting characters and complex story line along with some interesting ideas…
Unemployment is a great malady. Causing surely a tragedy, Then what is the real remedy, To avoid tragedy making life a comedy? Can unemployment be totally banned? Can its devilish features be scanned? Can human beings be wisely manned? In a gist life must be wisely planned.
April 12, 2010
A social comment on the Global Financial Crisis and the affect it has on society.