posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 08:13 PM
reply to post by luciddream
You know...I was talking to few Business friends the other day and we were talking about a person who is fully capable of having a job and does not
have one and is collecting Welfare...should have to go to State Programs that will teach them what they can do to improve their resume and self so
that they can be hired.
This program would concentrate on making sue such a person collecting Welfare must get their G.E.D. if they do not have a High School Diploma or a
G.E.D. They would have to go to classes to prep them for the G.E.D. test or if they already have an education would go to classes that would teach
them everything from creating a Resume to skills that are needed to be able to woo a possible employer.
Those who are unwilling to participate in such classes would as long as they are collecting a Welfare Check...be required to report to local D.P.W.
offices in their home town where a position whould be created to use such people to help their local town D.P.W. by doing simple jobs such as Park
Cleanup, Street and Sidewalk Cleanup, Public Facilities Cleanup and Maintenance, Town and City Lanscape Maintenance...etc.
If those who take the courses do not obtain a Job after a specific amount of time...they too would be required to work for their Welfare Check. This
concept allows people to better theirselves through these free educational programs that concentrate specifically on helping a person to get a job as
well as breaking the Money For Nothing attitude that erodes a persons confidence as well as places a burden upon the State.
Even a person who must work for a Welfare Check if they are able will get into a routine of getting up with a purpose and a feeling that they at least
earned the money as to not work for any length of time makes one soft and allows no feeling of purpose...and their work will save the Towns a few
bucks as well.