UBI around the world: Finland
According to Money Crashers, Finland’s government paid 2,000 jobless individuals a monthly stipend of about $638 from 2017 to 2018.
Even if they eventually found work, they may still collect this money.
The government then compared these individuals to a control group of 5,000 jobless individuals who were not given a stipend.
According to the findings, the basic income program had just a minor beneficial impact on employment.
It did, however, have a considerable influence on happiness.
Members of the test group had better health, less stress, and greater confidence in their future than those in the control group.
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