posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 06:23 AM
the government would probably end up spending more money putting everybody to work than they are now giving away??
I mean, we'd need a special agency staffed by "qualified" people who would earn above the market rate! and then they'd need offices in every
community, new buildings would need to be built (or well, it's hard times, they might decide to lease some of the empty buildings that we have
scattered all over the place!)
and, well, then we'd have to pay them to do the jobs that we are getting along fine not having done now.
not to mention the childcare for their above normal sized families....
transportation to get them to the job site....
look at all the money that is spent now, to create jobs, to put people to work!! the rate of pay that these jobs will be paying as opposed to the
cost of creating them....
in most cases, they gov't will never recoup the money that they've invested in them!! the jobs just don't pay that much or last long enough to
provide that kind of tax revenue. the only ones who are benefitting are the companies that are taking advantage of the incentives to hire more
people, then they usually don't hold up to their end of the agreement.