Not Looking for Work : The Rise of Non-Jobseekers on Unemployment Benefits (Centre for Independent Studies Policy Monograph, 136)
Following the global financial crisis, the incumbent Labor government introduced policies that reduced the job search requirements for people on unemployment benefits. As a result, there are now around 350,000 people receiving unemployment benefits who are classified as 'non-jobseekers', meaning that they are not required to look for work.
- Paperback | 25 pages
- 16 Sep 2013
- Centre for Independent Studies
- St Leonards, Australia