A Comparison of Unemployment Benefits Australia and the U.S.
AbstractThe purpose of this article is to describe the Australian Unemployment Benefit program and compare it with the U.S. program. With this in view, the sections following discuss the Department of Social Security (DSS) which administers the social security program, including Unemployment Benefit; the benefits available to the unemployed; the benefit determination and appeals processes, and finally, the employment programs of the United States and Australia are compared.
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