Government aid programs are very beneficial to families who have gone through hard times and need assistance because they cannot properly support their families on their own. It helps families with special needs and helps students receive a proper education. These resources give people opportunities to thrive instead of drowning in their own debt and prevents people from becoming homeless. With important outreach programs people can relearn how to work jobs and how to interview for jobs so that they are more prepared to go off of government aid once they receive a job in which the can support themselves with.
Job fairs are created to give the unemployed opportunities to reach out and make contacts with companies they could possibly work for in the future. It helps show people that can get a decent job and eventually support themselves. It also gets employers out there and gives them a chance to show people what they are looking for and gives them a wider pool to hire from. Government aid also helps parents go back and get a degree so they can get a higher paying job and help their children more. It allows people to get back on their feet and start making a change in a more positive way.
They should make it better in that once you sign up for it you should be required to put so much of it in savings and try to live off of the paycheck received more and more. A priority should be set on families especially with healthcare so that families are not afraid to take children to the hospital incase they cannot afford to pay for it.
Government aid should not pay for everything but help make parents lives a little easier and make the children not have to worry about where their next meal is coming from. It should especially be used to pay for education and pay for people to go back and receive degrees that are focused on their skill set and job they could work. How we improve our country is by improving how skills develop at a young age and constantly prepare them for job interviews and teach them how to handle finances so they know what they have to do once the get beyond public education. So many Americans get stuck in a cycle of debt because they do not understand the dangers of credit cards and interest rates. It is prominent in students just coming out of college and switching to spending their own money instead of their parents.