Are you looking to be a drain on society?
>Just wondering if anybody would care to tell me how
>works in their country? Basic rules. I'm curious,
because I have been
>told that Australia has quite an attractive social
>People immigrate here to get benefits.
>Over here, you receive about AU$300 (about US$240) per
>if you are an unemployed single. This amount is pretty
>doubled if your spouse is also unemployed. What makes it
>is that you can also claim rent assistance if you are not
living in your
>own home. Curiously, you can rent your home out at the
>Benefits are means tested, but you would have to be quite
>not to qualify (some millionaire farmers, rich in assetts
>poor, get benefits). The Government does not expect you
>your home before being eligible for benefits but does
>to spend any savings you have. If you have children, you
>for even more money. So much so that at around 3-4
>you will likely get more benefits in real terms than
>non-professional, full time job. Six or more children
can be the
>same as a professional income.
>Most put in a form every two weeks. You have to show
>are actively engaged in looking for work, or training for
>We do have chronic unemployed, who measure their welfare
>I would be interested to find out what welfare is like
>those in Europe and the UK.
>It is my understanding that there is no such things as
>benefits in India, most of Asia and some other well
>countries, even if you have been working and find
>unemployed after loyal service.
RE: OT: Unemployment
----- Bob wrote: ----
Are you looking to be a drain on society
Hardly. I make more than 20 times welfare payments
Why the hell would I give that up
I was asking because of some topical media coverage lately
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