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The unemployed
Topic Started: Jun 12 2017, 02:19 PM (1,859 Views)
FLOPP'D
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The King in the North
Papa_Lazarou
Jun 12 2017, 10:24 PM
RubberToe
Jun 12 2017, 10:20 PM
Papa_Lazarou
Jun 12 2017, 09:52 PM
In April 2016 the ONS had the median wage at £539 per week. Assuming that is extrapolated over 52 weeks that would be a fraction over £28k.

That would be about 31.6k Euro.
I'm going back on the dole ffs, I don't even earn that in a week.
That is the maximum figure you can possibly get on the dole, not what the average person on the dole gets :lol:
Here's an idea. RT you try and game the system as much as you can and see how close to that figure you get
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RubberToe
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Nah I can't afford to test that out :lol:

Plus the wife works so I'll get sweet FA, especially if I just quit my job.
Edited by RubberToe, Jun 12 2017, 11:15 PM.
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If you quit your job you can't apply for 6 weeks iirc.
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Paddy you also need to consider you don't pay tax on your benefits, rent paid, council tax supplemented.
I'm like Dot on this, despite my background I'm very right wing in regards benefits, so much so that I can't talk about it as it offends people.
I have a cousin (42) who has worked a total of 2 weeks in her life, she has 4 kids to 3 different fathers, she rakes in a fortune in benefits.
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I think the only people who aren't right wing when it comes to benefits are those who have them as their main source of income out of choice :lol:
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