Okay, let me get this straight:
- 1)The unemployment rate is high, so people leave to get jobs. This makes the numbers go down.
- 2)When that happens, the number of hours required to work to be eligible for unemployment benefits goes UP.
- 3)When that happens, more people leave, so the rate goes down even more.
- 4)Go to step 2, lather, rinse, repeat.
Vicious cycle much, Canada?
I could be totally off, here. It happens.
And not that it's my place to say anything, because it's totally not. Erm?