Full Employment Bill Should Be Started & Passed

With U.S. unemployment statistics still startlingly high and the government trying to pass bills that they know would increase unemployment, it's time for Congress to counteract these trends with a Full Employment for Citizens Act.  This kind of federal bill would give tax breaks to corporations that go significantly beyond normal realms to increase their employments rolls, federal money to states that start on-the-job programs for their citizens, and provide that the U.S. government be the employer of last resort for any citizen that cannot get a job through the private sector or a state on-the-job program.  A companion bill should also base part of taxes for corporations on the ratio of executive to general workforce pay.  So the wider the ratio, the higher the specified tax, e.g., a 75 - 1 gap of executive to workforce pay would pay a higher specified tax than a 50 - 1 ratio.  The basis for a rolling specified tax of this sort would be for corporations to hire more general employees.

[4/4/2013]

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