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The problem of Unemployment is very common in the United States and it harms everyone while it may help others Advancements of technology have made everyones lives easier at work and home but the people working the job may lose it Their families may go into debt or even lose their house Look on the other end if the wife or husband if the person is even married may still have a job This will give time to the other to find a new job to level things out Now if the person doesnt most families have a small fight share their feelings on the problem Then just being unemployment and having it on your mind may cause the person to lose their families or even their lifesIn Ancient Athens unemployment was a solution of their trade system They would trade back and forth between countries and this required a force to make the things trade The one problem was advancement in technology This made the work easier in turn there was no need for a big labor force so the one that were chosen to go were made unemployed In Ancient Athens when it came to be unemployed the family had no source of income and women really didnt have jobs So In Athens if you cant pay taxes mortgage and etc you will get into trouble Most of it ends with death or imprisonment In ancient time the ways were crazier than ours but it was their way Athens usually killed you imprisoned or something else if you couldnt pay Well the way they solved their problem was not what you would expect They just kept on doing the same thing The eventually they would have killed so many unemployment would not be a problem That is the solution of their choices to handle the issue of unemployment Now this takes care of it because if you kill that many people you cannot
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