Here’s why unemployed Americans say they aren’t working

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Many executives have been saying that workers are nowhere to be found. CNBC-Morning Consult surveyed 1,000 unemployed workers. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports what they said.

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2 thoughts on “Here’s why unemployed Americans say they aren’t working”

  1. I wouldn’t hire anyone that was sitting around collecting free money. No work ethic, and therefore not morally just.

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    • Idiot! It has nothing to do about being “morally just”, which is dawning upon me now…not that you would know, because you’re a troll.

      Many of us on unemployment have not received any responses to HUNDREDS of applications, and therefore don’t have a choice in the matter. Many of us have paid Unemployment Insurance Taxes FOR DECADES, which is there for us IF AND WHEN we need it. It has NOTHING to do with morality, but then, I’m trying to convince a stone…

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