When It Pays Not to Work
Welfare is often described as a ‘social safety net,’ but when a recipient stays home today, he or she may be making more money than a neighbor who works hard for 40 hours a week.
Music Credit: lavelman, http://www.freesfx.co.uk
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Steve Eastman also blogs at WaitTilYouHearThis.com.
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