The main reasons for this are the psychology of the individual and his or her responsible interaction with society, and secondly, the nature of the country’s economy, employment, unemployment, and the various factors that influence them. I would like to present my argument in 5 parts: Unemployment, Unemployment Insurance or Benefits, Empirical evidence of related issues, Reasons why an unemployed person will prefer to work rather than continue to subsist on Unemployment Insurance, and finally, Recommendations for a better system.unemployed people.4 People are classified as being unemployed if they satisfy the International Labour Office (ILO) definition, i.e., they were: without a job at the time the survey was conducted. were actively available to start work within the next two weeks.had looked for work in the last four weeks. had found a job and were waiting to start.14 Unemployment involves serious problems for the individual and for society as a whole, because in most societies people can earn a living only by working for others. For the individual who suffers this state of Unemployment, it means loss of income. Prolonged Unemployment may result in a loss of self-respect. For society, Unemployment can lead to lost production, and in many cases, to criminal or other antisocial behavior.19Unemployment may be caused by a skills gap, or an associated lack of training. it may be caused by wages being forced too high, therefore increasing firms’ cost. and, the most widespread reason, due to factors on the demand-side or the supply-side of the economy. The main demand-side factor is that, due to insufficient demand for their products, firms will lay off staff. The main supply-side factor is geographical immobility where there may be a shortage of skilled people in one part of the country and a surplus in another, and in this situation people are unable or unwilling to