Unemployment stories, books, poems, and more

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Unemployment is the most evil thing in the world Read More
This essay is about how increasing the minimum wage will inevitably lead to an increase in unemployment. Read More
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. Read More
Every now and then our lives are controlled by our emotions, our passions, our lusts and desires. Quite often they lead to unhappiness and self destruction. Read More
A brief discussion about the facts concerning banning High Capacity Magazines and Assault look alike weapons and the results of doing so. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 24, 2013

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Just another pointless day uttering the same pointless half-facts Read More

Poem / Humor

March 13, 2013

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LIFE AFTER WORK Read More

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It is about the pangs of unemployment Read More
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... Read More
This Hindi Poem, sort of satire, tells how a youth fed up of unemployment started a fantasy website to sell fantasies online & made it his profession Read More

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The two major political parties in this country conspire with the rich against the rights of the poor. Read More
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. Read More
This poem indicates the grief of an unemployed youth who migrates to another country in search of a job. Read More
about food bank in clay cross Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 28, 2012

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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… Read More

Poem / Humor

December 16, 2011

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A reinterpretation of the Faust myth. Read More

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Life on state benefits, with surprises. Read More

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Inspired after conversing with a group of Cuban refugees at a second language school. Read More
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… Read More

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An early existential poem from the late 1970s. Read More

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"It's a recession when your neighbor loses his job; it's a depression when you lose yours." ~ Harry S. Truman 33rd President of the United States 1945-1953 Read More
A poem about the hopelessness of life in Melbourne's we3stern suburbs. Read More
Another of my Smith/Bennett/Mayron unemployment stories. Read More
Perhaps the best off my Smith/Bennett/Mayron unemployment stories. Read More
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