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How are laborers, businesses, and the government connected regarding to unemployment?
Government will have to step in and offer financial assistance to unemployed workers, otherwise, the social costs would be devastating. [ Crime would rise if government withheld social support programs. Businesses will lose customers if unemployment rises, thus they may start laying off workers. Labors who lose their jobs will have to work for lower wages than in previous good times, thus cutting into consumption. Government may have to engage in deficit spending to assure a "soft landing" for the economy rather than a "hard landing" like we are having right now. ]
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