A number of 2020 hopefuls including Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, and Kirsten Gillibrand have floated a plan that would guarantee every American worker a job. Booker has already introduced a bill that would allow 15 local areas to test the idea, and a Rasmussen Reports poll found 46 percent of Americans favor a jobs guarantee plan. But economists argue the plan would come with an enormous price tag and implementing it would be far more difficult than many realize. What do you think?
Should the government guarantee everyone a job?
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