Democrats Came To An Idea That Will Result In 57 Million Unemployed Americans

We, the writers, are concerned with this issue. Dems’ idea could make me unemployed. If this happens, I would pack my things and leave America.

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Ten years ago, people said that freelancing is the best work for the future. That is true.

According to me, this is the best job because you are free to choose which will be your working hours, you can work while you travel, and claim a tax deduction as a business if you are sharp-minded.

No one would like to be an employee, and we, freelancer writers, are independent microbusiness. The latest surveys shared that more than 57 million American citizens engage in this work.

Democrats’ newest idea will put people out of work, and the younger people would leave this country immediately.

Take a look at the tweets below.

Also, read the Western Journal report.

Democrats want as many Americans out of work and dependent on the government as possible — and one of their newest legislative pushes makes that an indisputable fact.

Although President Joe Biden has been doing his best to depress the American economy by killing thousands of union jobs and furthering America’s plunge into generational debt, it’s all a pittance compared to what the Protecting the Right to Organize Act of 2021 could do if signed into law.

The PRO Act, passed by the House of Representatives last month and endorsed by Biden this week, could obliterate as many as 57 million jobs — that’s how many Americans freelanced in 2019, according to a survey released that year — by essentially outlawing freelance employment.”

And, The Hill shared a report regarding this issue.

Among other things, the PRO Act would amend the National Labor Relations Act to redefine who is classified as an employee for the purposes of that law. The new definition would adopt the “ABC test” — a relic from the 1930s, and recently adopted by California, that imposes a strict three-part test to determine whether a worker is an employee or independent contractor. An individual must be classified as an employee unless:

“(A) the individual is free from control and direction in connection with the performance of the service, both under the contract for the performance of service and in fact; (B) the service is performed outside the usual course of the business of the employer; and (C) the individual is customarily engaged in an independently established trade, occupation, profession, or business of the same nature as that involved in the service performed.”

Critically, all three elements must be met for a worker to remain independent. Fail one prong, and you must be considered an employee. While the “A” and “C” parts of the test seek to prevent employers from deliberately misclassifying employees as contractors, the “B” part of the test is a poor fit for the modern era.”


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