@stux There is a reason why most social welfare in Switzerland is progressive with a pretty high cap. I.e., you can apply for some form of welfare once your income drops somewhere around 3000/month. You wont get much, and most people don't bother because it's not worth the effort (and the scrutiny you receive), but those who need it are happy it's there.
Similarly, if you get a job that gives you less than 80% of unemployment, after deducing all cost, the rest is covered by social welfare..
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