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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

White House Council Of Economic Advisers: 53 Percent Of Non-Disabled Working Age Medicaid Recipients Do Not Work

Fifty-three percent of non-disabled working age Medicaid recipients worked an average of zero hours per month while receiving benefits, according to a Thursday report from the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

The subset of recipients with the largest percentage of non-workers was adults aged 50-64 without children, according to the report. The subset with the smallest percentage of non-workers was working age recipients with a youngest child aged 1 to 5, with 49 percent of recipients reporting an average of zero work hours per month.

Of individuals receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance benefits, 54 percent of non-disabled working age adults reported an average of zero hours of work per month while receiving benefits, according to the report.

For non-disabled working age adults receiving housing assistance, 45 percent reported an average of zero work hours per month when receiving benefits.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Way higher than that sorry to say!

Anonymous said...

How do you get a welfare recipient back to work?
Put his SNAP card under his work boots.

Anonymous said...

When the drug addicts, undiagnosed mentally ill, morbidly obese, and diagnosed mentally ill but not on disability are factored in, the numbers change.

Anonymous said...

That's why I see people with 2 arms and legs walk in and out of 1 FISH 2 FISH With a HUGE SMILE on there face with a BOX of Steamed Crab.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the illegal immigrants with anchor babies.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the white trash herion/pill heads. More white people on benefits than all the minorities added together.