Of course it does. Who would want to work for the same amount of money vs sitting on their rear ends and getting about the same?<quoted text>it may make sense for Americans to sit on the couch versus working. Unemployment benefits provide up to $265 a week while a minimum wage job, at $7.25 an hour for 40 hours, brings in $290. Isnít that crazy? Jobs are available for Americans yet they are unwilling to do them because the hours are long and the work is hard
You cannot blame these people. It's a framework that isn't designed to wean off people unemployment and into low paying jobs. Therefore, the illegal immigrant slips on in and assumes the job, but according to the anti-illegals, Americans are not the problem of this issue.