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Family characteristics of the long-term unemployed

a report on a study of claimants under the temporary extended unemployment compensation program, 1961-1962.Exhaustees, May and Sept. 1961 and Jan. and Apr. 1962 survey.

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Published by Administrator in U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security

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        StatementU.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security
        PublishersU.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security
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        LC Classifications1963
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        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages66
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59 points on average, which is about 8 percent of the sample mean. Indeed, these effects may appear small in magnitude but are economically meaningful, considering that they are a long-term effect, and in some cases, are felt several decades after the negative experience.

How having unemployed parents affects children’s future well

Another reason could be that at older ages, children start developing abstract thinking, which can make them more aware of the social stigma associated with having jobless parents. Older children, on the other hand, may feel pressured to take more responsibility in the family. Similarly, the long-term scarring effect of parental unemployment experienced at ages 11-15 is on average about 0. In support of this, previous finds that the unemployed spend almost twice as much time caring for their children than employed people and that childcare is, in fact, the only activity that the unemployed enjoy more than the unemployed.

Our research demonstrates that the intergenerational psychological costs of unemployment are more nuanced than previously thought and suggest that programs targeting unemployed parents can also help to alleviate the persistent psychological burden on children.

How having unemployed parents affects children’s future well

Unemployment leads to lower earnings, worse physical and mental health, and lasting unhappiness for those directly affected. Finally, because subjective well-being is associated with positive outcomeschildhood policy interventions such as psychological coaching and helping kids overcome the trauma of parental unemployment can potentially provide life-long benefits.

The negative psychological consequences of unemployment can even spill over to and.