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They were just told to inform the unemployment insurance office when they have found a job. This lack of job search monitoring resulted in a 3.

Another RCT sharpens the results regarding the impact of different levels of job search monitoring on the duration of unemployment [2]. The experiment was implemented in the US state of Maryland in The standard job search requirement in the state was to contact two employers per week, and report these contacts to the unemployment insurance office.

In one of the treatments, unemployed job-seekers did not have to report how many employers they had contacted, but still had to report that they were unemployed each month.

This lower level of reporting did not significantly increase the duration of unemployment compared to the standard requirement of reporting two employment contacts per week. The Washington experiment mentioned above shows that only having to report after finding a job is not likely to be a sufficient level of job search monitoring, and contributes to increasing unemployment duration.

On the other hand, just having to regularly report being unemployed, without reporting any specific job search efforts, is enough to stimulate job finding [2]. However, job search monitoring does not always increase job finding, especially when its intensity is raised beyond the standard level of monitoring.

The Maryland RCT mentioned above also experimented with strengthened job search requirements and monitoring. In one of the treatments, job search requirements were increased from the typical two employer contacts a week to four contacts a week.

In another treatment job seekers had to provide contact information for the standard two weekly employer contacts, so that their case worker could verify job applications. These two treatments resulted in a decrease in the duration of insured unemployment, but no increase in job finding [2].

Why does reinforced job search monitoring fail to increase job finding? First, increasing monitoring does not work if it causes job-seekers to shift away from informal to formal job search channels, rather than increasing overall job search.

Formal job search channels, such as applying for a job, are those that are subject to monitoring. By contrast, informal job search channels, such as asking family and friends about potential job leads, do not count as job search activities for the purpose of job search monitoring.

Therefore, tightening monitoring standards can lead the unemployed to use more formal job search channels at the expense of informal job search channels. Such substitution between search channels has been shown to occur among job-seekers with good job prospects in the Netherlands, leading to zero effect of increased monitoring on job finding [9].

While the effect was generally insignificant, increased job search counseling and monitoring had more positive effects for older job-seekers though. Older job-seekers had worse job prospects and were more likely to use formal channels to begin with; therefore, there was little substitution away from informal job channels, and the strengthened counseling and monitoring likely increased the effectiveness of formal job search for this group.

In other words, reinforced job search assistance and monitoring does not help those with good job prospects, though it may help those who have worse job prospects. Second, increased job search monitoring can cause workers to give up on job search altogether. The intuition is that if the requirement becomes overly costly and barely feasible in practice, the unemployed will become discouraged.

In the case of the British JSA, evidence shows that reinforced job search requirements and monitoring did not lead to an increase in job search, nor to an increase in job finding [4].

The JSA merely resulted in taking away unemployment benefits from people who were not searching hard enough to qualify: once these people were thrown off the unemployment rolls, they were likely to search less hard, had greater difficulty finding a job, and were more likely to resort to other benefits including disability benefits.

Therefore, reinforced job search requirements and monitoring can be ineffective in increasing the return to work, and can even have the perverse effect of pushing beneficiaries out of work altogether.

Job search monitoring and sanctions for non-compliance can speed up the return to work, but this can occur at the expense of job quality [3]. If people are pushed to take up jobs more quickly, they are more likely to compromise on job quality e. The result is that people are less likely to stay in these jobs.

The reduction in earnings is due to a combination of a shorter job spell after re-employment and a reduction in wages in the new job.

Of course, the reduction in unemployment duration represents a cost saving for the unemployment benefit system.

Even when job search monitoring and sanctions work as intended to reduce unemployment duration, there are real costs in terms of job quality as measured by wages and job duration. To the extent that job search monitoring lowers job match quality, it can reduce productivity in the economy.

Indeed, higher wages are typically associated with higher labor productivity. Higher job duration allows for learning on the job and therefore increased productivity. If job search monitoring pushes workers to take a lower-paying and less stable job over a higher-paying and more stable one, this means that job matches are worse and results in a productivity loss for the economy.

Furthermore, shorter job duration can result in more frequent unemployment spells and therefore more frequent benefit payments. Thus, even though tougher job search monitoring can save money for the unemployment insurance agency by speeding up the return to work today, higher costs are experienced in the future because job-seekers come back more quickly to collect unemployment benefits.

The overwhelming majority of studies focus on the impact of job search assistance and monitoring on the outcomes of those unemployed people who are subject to these programs. However, it is important to consider whether these policies have the potential to reduce unemployment in the economy as a whole.

A small but growing body of research shows that job search assistance and monitoring can have strong displacement effects. As a result, those who do not participate in these programs have a harder time getting hired, and their unemployment duration increases.

To show that displacement effects exist, one can draw on changes in job search effort resulting from an increase in the generosity of unemployment benefits. More generous unemployment benefits should reduce job search effort, and therefore lower the competition for jobs.

Using data from the leading employment website CareerBuilder. com, one study shows that unemployment benefit extensions during the great recession lowered the number of job applications in the US [10]. Since benefit extensions did not affect the number of vacancies, the number of applications per vacancy declined, and therefore competition for jobs declined.

Taking into account the effect on the competition for jobs, the impact of reduced job search on unemployment is smaller than in the absence of this effect. In Austria, an increase in benefit duration for some of the unemployed resulted in lower unemployment duration for those who did not qualify and were searching in the same region [11].

Taken together, these studies suggest that increasing job search effort will increase the competition for jobs and create displacement effects, with a lower job finding rate for those who do not participate in job search monitoring and assistance programs.

More direct evidence comes from a French RCT that evaluated the impact of a job search assistance program for young people who were long-term unemployed and did not qualify for unemployment insurance benefits [12].

The impact of job search assistance on job finding was positive: on average, long-term employment increased by 2. However, job-seekers in the same local labor market who did not participate in the program were 2.

Therefore, the positive effect of job search assistance on employment came almost entirely at the expense of non-participants.

The review of job search assistance experiments finds that job search assistance and monitoring programs tend to have larger effects in recessions [1].

The French experiment on young people also shows that the effects of the job search assistance program on participants were larger in more depressed local labor markets [12]. However, this again came mostly at the expense of young people who did not participate in the program.

The displacement effects were stronger in depressed areas than in non-depressed areas, likely because the competition for jobs was more intense to start with. Therefore, even though job search assistance and monitoring programs tend to have more positive effects in recessions [1] , this may partly be due to displacement effects.

Displacement effects for job search assistance programs directed at unemployment benefit recipients have also been found in Denmark using an RCT [13].

The unemployment rate in Denmark at the time — was very low 4. In this tight Danish labor market, there is evidence that firms reacted to increased job search by creating more vacancies, which alleviated the impact of additional job search by program participants on the competition for jobs.

This finding confirms that reinforced job search assistance and monitoring does not necessarily improve welfare overall, both because it can lead to worse job matches e.

lower pay and lower job duration , as described previously, and because of strong displacement effects. Such displacement effects are very important for policymakers to consider.

Indeed, an agency that distributes benefits to the unemployed has an incentive to save money by pushing its clients to find jobs faster. However, usually the agency does not take into account the adverse effects on job-seekers who are not its clients. It is important for policymakers to take into account displacement effects and consider the overall impact of any job search assistance and monitoring program on all the unemployed, not just program participants or the clients of a particular agency.

A higher level of administration must keep an eye on this aspect, to ensure that policies are coherent and effective to accomplish the key policy objective of increasing job finding and job quality for all of the unemployed. There have been almost no evaluations of public policies that implement job search assistance in a way that is completely divorced from any type of job search monitoring.

The French experiment for youth described above provided job search assistance to unemployed workers who did not receive benefits [12]. Since those who do not receive benefits have no incentive to stay unemployed for longer periods to collect benefits, there is also no compelling reason to monitor their job search.

With the exception of one example, there are no studies that investigate the impact of job search assistance detached from job search monitoring for those unemployed who do receive benefits [8]. Moreover, the one existing study is a small scale experiment run by researchers, not a policy experiment.

It would be useful to run a larger-scale experiment that provides job search assistance to the insured unemployed in a way that makes it very clear that there is no monitoring involved. For example, a public agency may contract with a nonprofit organization for this purpose and make it very clear that the counseling provided by the nonprofit organization is optional, confidential, and will not influence the receipt of unemployment benefits.

Such an experiment would allow for the measurement of the effect of job search assistance per se on the unemployed who receive benefits.

Thanks to increased data availability and algorithmic power, good personalized job search recommendations can be implemented at low cost. In fact, the private sector already provides such services through online job search platforms. However, not enough is known about the effect of such algorithmic job search assistance on job finding an exception is [8].

Future research should investigate the effectiveness of such job search assistance tools. The effects of job search assistance and monitoring during recessions are particularly uncertain. On the one hand, one study finds that job search assistance and monitoring programs tend to have larger effects in recessions [1].

On the other hand, the findings from two other studies suggest that the positive effects of job search assistance and monitoring could be largely due to displacement, i.

increasing the job finding of program participants at the expense of non-participants [12] , [13]. More research is needed to systematically explore the size of displacement effects under different economic conditions.

Job search assistance and monitoring decreases unemployment duration, and typically speeds up the return to work. The most effective policy is standard job search monitoring, because of its low cost and positive effects on job finding. The effects of job search assistance per se are less clear cut, but the evidence suggests beneficial effects for job-seekers with worse job prospects or who search too narrowly.

On the other hand, reinforced job search requirements, including strengthened monitoring and sanctions, can have adverse effects. By pushing the unemployed to find a job quickly, reinforced job search requirements and monitoring can lower job quality i.

lower wages and employment stability. Furthermore, reinforced job search requirements and monitoring can discourage some workers from searching for a job, and push them onto disability benefits instead.

When implementing job search assistance and monitoring, policymakers should be mindful of displacement effects. Therefore, it is important to evaluate the effects of job search assistance and monitoring policy not only on program participants, but on the job finding rate for all unemployed job-seekers.

It is only then that one can assess whether job search assistance and monitoring actually increases job finding and reduce unemployment in the economy as a whole.

The author thanks an anonymous referee and the IZA World of Labor editors for many helpful suggestions on earlier drafts. Previous work of the author contains a larger number of background references for the material presented here and has been used intensively in all major parts of this article [10].

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Maintain balance in your life. Make time for fun, rest, and relaxation, whatever revitalizes you. Your job search will be more effective if you are mentally, emotionally, and physically at your best. Get plenty of sleep.

Sleep has a huge influence on your mood and productivity. It will help you keep your stress levels under control and maintain your focus throughout your job search. Practice relaxation techniques. Relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, and yoga are a powerful antidote to stress.

They also boost your feelings of serenity and joy and teach you how to stay calm and collected in challenging situations, including job interviews. Keep a regular daily routine.

When you no longer have a job to report to every day, you can easily lose motivation. Following a set schedule will help you be more efficient and productive. Create a job search plan. Avoid getting overwhelmed by breaking big goals into small, manageable steps.

Instead of trying to do everything at once, set priorities. List your positives. Make a list of all the things you like about yourself, including skills, personality traits, accomplishments, and successes.

Revisit this list often to remind yourself of your strengths. Focus on what you can control. Rather than wasting your precious energy worrying about situations that are out of your hands, turn your attention to what you can control during your unemployment, such as learning new skills, writing a great cover letter and resume, and setting up meetings with your networking contacts.

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Copy Link Link copied! Download PDF. By Melinda Smith, M. and Lawrence Robinson. The stress of losing a job Coping with job loss stress tip 1: Allow yourself to grieve Tip 2: Reach out to stay strong Tip 3: Involve your family for support Tip 4: Find other ways to define yourself Tip 5: Get moving to relieve stress Tip 6: Eat well to keep your focus Tip 7: Take care of yourself Tip 8: Stay positive to keep up your energy.

Coping with job loss stress tip 1: Allow yourself to grieve Grief is a natural response to loss , and that includes the loss of a job. As well as the loss of income, being out of work also comes with other major losses, some of which may be just as difficult to face: A feeling of control over your life.

Your professional identity. Your self-esteem and self-confidence. A daily routine. Purposeful activity. Friendships and a work-based social network.

Facing your feelings While everyone grieves differently, there are healthy and unhealthy ways to mourn the loss of your job. Give yourself time to adjust. Grieving the loss of your job and adjusting to unemployment can take time.

If you allow yourself to feel what you feel, even the most unpleasant, negative feelings will pass. Write about your feelings. This is especially cathartic if your termination was handled in an insensitive way.

Accept reality. The sooner you do so, the sooner you can get on with the next phase in your life. Avoid beating yourself up. Challenge every negative thought that goes through your head.

Most successful people have experienced major setbacks in their careers but have turned things around by picking themselves up, learning from the experience, and trying again. You can do the same. Look for any silver lining. The feelings generated by losing a job are easier to accept if you can find the lesson in your loss.

Maybe your unemployment has given you a chance to reflect on what you want out of life and rethink your career priorities. If you look, you may be able to find something of value.

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Means test for Jobseeker's Allowance To get Jobseeker's Allowance you must satisfy a means test. For a person working in a country other than their country of residency a cross-border worker , they will have to claim benefits in their country of residence.

Two systems run in parallel, combining a Ghent system and a minimum level of support provided by Kela , an agency of the national government. Additionally, there are non-union unemployment funds. The former requires a degree and two years of full-time work.

The latter requires participation in training, education, or other employment support, which may be mandated on pain of losing the benefit, but may be paid after the regular benefits have been either maxed out or not available.

Regardless of whether benefits are paid by Kela or from an unemployment fund, the unemployed person receives assistance from the Työ- ja elinkeinokeskus TE-keskus , or the "Work and Livelihood Centre" , a government agency which helps people to find jobs and employers to find workers.

In order to be considered unemployed, the seeker must register at the TE-keskus as unemployed. If the jobseeker does not have degree, the agency can require the job seeker to apply to a school. If the individual does not qualify for any unemployment benefit he may still be eligible for the housing benefit asumistuki from Kela and municipal social welfare provisions toimeentulotuki.

They are not unemployment benefits and depend on household income, but they have in practice become the basic income of many long-term unemployed. France uses a quasi Ghent system , under which unemployment benefits are distributed by an independent agency UNEDIC in which unions and Employer organisations are equally represented.

Employers pay a contribution on top of the pre-tax income of their employees, which together with the employee contribution, fund the scheme. The maximum unemployment benefit is as of March In claimants received the allowance for an average days.

Germany has two different types of unemployment benefits. Their common goal is to cease dependence on unemployment benefits entirely. Both programs assist their beneficiaries to varying degrees through.

Unemployment benefits I is the first-tier program supporting unemployed people. It is designed like an insurance, involuntary unemployment through no personal fault being the "event of damage".

It is therefore also known as unemployment insurance Arbeitslosenversicherung. All workers with a regular employment contract abhängig Beschäftigte , except freelancers and certain civil servants Beamte , contribute to the system. It is financed by contributions from employees and employers.

This is in stark contrast to FUTA in the US and other systems, where only employers make contributions. Participation and thus contributions are generally mandatory for both employee and employer. Employees pay 1. The contribution level was reduced from 3. Contributions are paid only on earnings up to the social security ceiling 5, EUR.

Furthermore, the system is supported by funds from the federal budget. The maximum benefit is therefore euros in If the benefits fall below the poverty line, it is possible to supplement unemployment benefits I with unemployment benefits II if its conditions are met as well.

Unemployment benefits I is only granted for a limited period of time, the minimum being 6 months, and the maximum 24 months in the case of old and long-term insured people. This takes account for the difficulty older people face when re-entering the job market in Germany.

Unlike unemployment benefits II, there is no means test. However, it is necessary to remain unemployed while seeking for employment. In this context unemployment is defined as working less than 15 hours a week.

Arbeitslosengeld II is a second tier, open-ended welfare programme intended to ensure people do not fall into penury. Despite its name, unemployment is not a requirement. Due to wage dumping and other labour market dynamics, a large number of working beneficiaries supplement their monthly income.

They have the same obligations as non-working beneficiaries. People receiving benefits are obligated to cease their eligibility at all costs, but at least minimise their dependence on welfare until no money would be paid.

That means, they are obliged to seek for jobs nationwide, and accept every job offered, otherwise sanctions retrenchment may be applied. There is no recognition of professional qualifications: An academic has to join the menial workforce, regardless of the waste of qualifications.

Neither are one's personal religious or ethical concerns relevant: Prostitution is legal in Germany although as of no job center has urged any beneficiary to engage in prostitution. In exchange for that, beneficiaries are assisted in that process, e.

by reimbursing travel expenses to interviews, receiving free of charge training in order to increase their chances on the labour market, or subsidising moving expenses once an employment contract has been signed but the place of work requires relocation as it is further than the acceptable daily commute duration at most 3 hrs a day.

If they do not voluntarily participate in training, they may be obliged by administrative action. Beneficiaries not complying with orders can be sanctioned by pruning their allowance and eventually revoking the grant altogether, virtually pushing them into poverty, homelessness and bankruptcy, as there are no other precautions installed.

Germany does not have an EBT electronic benefits transfer card system in place and, instead, disburses welfare in cash or via direct deposit into the recipient's bank account. People granted benefits are automatically insured at reduced rates in the national health and nursing care insurances.

Unemployment benefits II has been heavily criticized since its introduction. As unemployment benefits II are meant to ensure a minimum subsistence level, the mechanism of sanctions has been repeatedly subject in front of the constitutional court.

This measure was taken as a precursor to restructuring unemployment benefits II into a citizen's dividend Bürgergeld. The reforms revamping the unemployment benefits system into its today's shape is dubbed Hartz IV.

The term colloquially refers to Unemployment benefits II. Unemployment benefits in Greece are administered through OAED Greek : Οργανισμός Απασχόλησης Εργατικού Δυναμικού , Manpower Employment Organization and are available only to laid-off salaried workers with full employment and social security payments during the previous two years.

The self-employed do not qualify, and neither do those with other sources of income. Recipients are eligible for at most twelve months; the exact duration depends on the collected number of ensema ένσημα , that is social security payment coupons-stamps collected i.

days of work during the 14 months before being laid off; the minimum number of such coupons, under which there is no eligibility, is , collected in the first 12 of the 14 aforementioned months. Eligibility since 1 January , has been further constrained in that one applying for unemployment benefits for a second or more time, must not have received more than the equivalent of days of such benefits during the last four years since the last time one had started receiving such benefits; if one has received unemployment benefits in this period for more than days then there is no eligibility while if one has received less, then one is only eligible for at most the remaining days up until the maximum of days is reached.

When receiving benefits an individual cannot be earning money from a self-employed profession. If the income increases the fixed amount, a tax authority must issue a certificate that explains that the individual has "interrupted the exercise of the profession", which must be done within 15 days.

In order to receive a grant, the individual must not be receiving an income from the previous liberal profession. Seasonal aid is also provided to workers whose jobs cannot be performed through the entire year are also provided benefits by the OAED. After the expiration of the month period, an application towards long-term unemployment benefits must be submitted in the first 2 months.

Long-term unemployment can only be granted if the individual can be found registered under the OAED unemployment registrar. To receive unemployment benefits in Iceland , one must submit an application to the Directorate of Labour Vinnumálastofnun and meet a specific criteria set forth by the department.

In the most recent financial quarter, Only Unlike purely social-democratic states in Europe , the Nordic model that Iceland adopted borrows aspects of both a social-democratic and liberal - welfare state.

In Section 1, Articles 1—13 grant trade unions the right to organize and negotiate with employers over fair wages for its members as well as representation for their members in the event of workplace conflicts.

Basic unemployment benefits can cover both wage-earning and self-employing individuals for the first half-month 10 days after they lose their job, whereas income-linked benefits can cover wage-earning and self-employing individuals for up to three months based on a set salary index and length of employment.

People aged 18 and over and who are unemployed in Ireland can apply for either the Jobseeker's Allowance Liúntas do Lucht Cuardaigh Fostaíochta or the Jobseeker's Benefit Sochar do Lucht Cuardaigh Fostaíochta. Both are paid by the Department of Social Protection and are nicknamed "the dole".

Unemployment benefit in Ireland can be claimed indefinitely for as long as the individual remains unemployed. Payments can be increased if the unemployed has dependents. There are more benefits available to unemployed people, usually on a special or specific basis.

Benefits include the Housing Assistance Payment , and the Fuel Allowance , among others. To qualify for Jobseekers Allowance, claimants must satisfy the "Habitual Residence Condition": they must have been legally in the state or the Common Travel Area for two years or have another good reason such as lived abroad and are returning to Ireland after becoming unemployed or deported.

This condition does not apply to Jobseekers Benefit which is based on Social Insurance payments. India follows a social insurance system for unemployment benefits much like its European counterparts. Unemployment allowance is given to workers in India who have contributed to the Employees' State Insurance for at least three years.

In Israel , unemployment benefits are paid by Bituah Leumi National Insurance Institute , to which workers must pay contributions.

Eligible workers must immediately register with the Employment Service Bureau upon losing their jobs or jeopardize their eligibility, and the unemployment period is considered to start upon registration with the Employment Service Bureau.

To be eligible for unemployment benefits, a person must be at least 20 years old, have been previously employed, and completed a "qualifying period" of work for which unemployment insurance contributions were paid which varies between and days.

Employees who were involuntarily terminated from their jobs or who terminated their own employment and can provide evidence of having done so for a justified reason are eligible for immediately receiving unemployment benefits, while those who are deemed to have terminated their employment of their own volition with no justified reason will only begin receiving unemployment benefits 90 days from the start of their unemployment period.

Unemployment benefits are paid daily, with the amount calculated based on the employee's previous income over the past six months, but not exceeding the daily average wage for the first days of payment and two-thirds of the daily average wage from the th day onwards.

During the unemployment period, the Employment Service Bureau assists in helping locate suitable work and job training, and regularly reporting to the Employment Service Bureau is a condition for continuing to receive unemployment benefits.

A person who was offered suitable work or training by the Employment Service Bureau but refused will only receive unemployment benefits 90 days after the date of the refusal, and 30 days' worth of unemployment benefits will be deducted for each subsequent refusal. Members of kibbutzim and moshavim are typically not covered by the national unemployment system and are covered by the community's own social welfare system, unless they are employed outside of their community or directly by the community.

Employees deemed to have been terminated from their jobs without legitimate cause are also legally entitled to severance pay from their employers, equivalent of one month's pay for each year that the unemployed individual had worked for his or her previous employer.

Unions are also involved with the unemployment system in Israel. One such union group is the Histadrut which is commonly known as the General Organization of Workers in Israel. One of the Histadrut's main objectives is to creates job assistance programs to help unemployed workers back into the workforce.

Roby Nathanson, a doctor in economics at the University of Köl, believes these job replacement programs are successful due to the job unemployment rate in Israel. In addition, there are unemployment benefits for new immigrants who have not yet been able to find employment or who are receiving below minimum wage pay.

The time period that they are qualified to receive unemployment benefits is during the first 12 months following their immigration to Israel. They are entitled to support from Havtachat Hachnasa, which is income support that is allocated from National Insurance.

Other measures are:. In the Italian unemployment insurance system all the measures are income -related, and they have an average decommodification level.

The basis for entitlement is always employment , with more specific conditions for each case, and the provider is quite always the state. An interesting feature worthy to be discussed is that the Italian system takes in consideration also the economic situation of the employers, and aims as well at relieving them from the costs of crisis.

Unemployment benefits in Japan are called "unemployment insurance" and are closer to the US or Canadian "user pays" system than the taxpayer funded systems in place in countries such as Britain, New Zealand, or Australia.

It is paid for by contributions by both the employer and employee. On leaving a job, employees are supposed to be given a "Rishoku-hyo" document showing their ID number the same number is supposed to be used by later employers , employment periods, and pay which contributions are linked to.

The reason for leaving is also documented separately. These items affect eligibility, timing, and amount of benefits. It is supposed to be compulsory for most full-time employees.

If a worker quit of their own accord they may have to wait between 1 and 3 months before receiving any payment.

Mexico lacks a national unemployment insurance system, but it does have five programs to assist the unemployed:. Unemployment benefits in the Netherlands were introduced in Separate schemes exist for mainland Netherlands and for the Caribbean Netherlands.

The scheme in mainland Netherlands entails that, according to the Werkloosheidswet Unemployment Law, WW , employers are responsible for paying the contributions to the scheme, which are deducted from the salary received by the employees. In the contribution was 4.

The first 1, Workers older than 50 years who are unemployed for over 2 months are entitled to a special benefit called the IOAW, if they do not receive the regular unemployment benefit WW.

In New Zealand , Jobseeker Support, previously known as the Unemployment Benefit and also known as "the dole" provides income support for people who are looking for work or training for work.

It is one of a number of benefits administered by Work and Income , a service of the Ministry of Social Development. To get this benefit, a person must meet the conditions and obligations specified in section 88A to D Social Security Act These conditions and obligations cover things such as age, residency status, and availability to work.

The amount that is paid depends on things such as the person's age, income, marital status and whether they have children. It is adjusted annually on 1 April and in response to changes in legislature.

Some examples of the maximum after tax weekly rate at 1 April are:. More information about this benefit and the amounts paid are on the Work and Income website. In the Philippines , workers in the private sector who involuntarily became unemployed, including housemaids and Overseas Filipino Workers , are entitled to benefits through the Social Security Act of Unemployment benefits is sourced from the country's Social Security System SSS.

Under the legislation, the benefits are dispensed through a one-time payment to equal to 50 percent of the claimant's monthly salary for a maximum of two months. Those who were terminated due to certain reasons such as grave misconduct, gross negligence, and commission of a crime are ineligible to avail unemployment benefits.

For government workers, unemployment benefits are sourced from the Government Service Insurance System GSIS. Payments are equal to 50 percent of the claimant's average monthly compensation and are dispensed monthly for two to six months, depending on the claimant's length of service.

In Poland , the system is designed to prevent people from living off unemployment benefits long term, thus forcing them to work or rely on non-state means of support family, charities. If approved, as of , one is granted zł Therefore, if approved, one can claim unemployment benefits only to the maximum of 12 continuous months.

However, during that period, one has to cooperate with the Unemployment Bureau in finding an employment under the strict guidelines of losing the unemployed status, and thus the benefits. In comparison to the unemployment benefits paid by the state, as of January , the minimum monthly pay is ,00 [61] zł The Spanish unemployment benefits system is part of the Social security system of Spain.

Benefits are managed by the State Public Employment Agency SEPE. The basis for entitlement is having contributed for a minimum period during the time preceding unemployment, with further conditions that may be applicable.

The system comprises contributory benefits and non-contributory benefits. Contributory benefits are payable to those unemployed persons with a minimum of 12 months' contributions over a period of 6 years preceding unemployment. The minimum benefit is euros per month and the maximum is Sweden uses the Ghent system , under which a significant proportion of unemployment benefits are distributed by union unemployment funds.

Unemployment benefits are divided into a voluntary scheme with income related compensation up to a certain level and a comprehensive scheme that provides a lower level of basic support. The voluntary scheme requires a minimum of 12 months membership and 6 months employment during that time before any claims can be made.

Employers pay a fee on top of the pre-tax income of their employees, which together with membership fees, fund the scheme see Unemployment funds in Sweden. The maximum unemployment benefit is as of July SEK per day. In Sweden tax is paid on unemployment benefits, so the unemployed will get a maximum of about SEK 10, per month during the first days depending on the municipality tax rate.

Interestingly, the unemployment figures for Wales showed the number of jobless going down. Businesses such as Corus, JCB and the Federation of Small Businesses, as well as trade unions and Labour politicians, have also shown their support for such as measures.

It is now time for the government to act. The real long-term problem is not the majority of the , young people who will find work when the economy recovers. It is the , young people currently on the dole queue who, a recent report suggests, need intensive support to become job-ready.

For the most marginalised young people the job market has never seemed further away. Many face multiple barriers to participation substance misuse, homelessness or mental health issues and as a result they are currently lost in the noise surrounding youth unemployment, as attention focuses on those closest to the job market, such as school-leavers and graduates.

Supporting those young people who are ready and able to work is, of course, vital but we must also invest in those that require more intensive support.

For these young people are in real danger of becoming part of a lost generation, defined by disengagement, worklessness and poverty.

I agree with the opinions voiced by David Blanchflower This lays bare the human crisis.

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