The percentages of those on welfare by race are listed
below in descending order by percentage.
20% african american 50% white 30% Latino
27.3 percent of the island is on welfare. That is nto bad for such a small country.
Less than 2% of welfare recipients commit fraud. A study in Massachusetts showed that vendors committed 93% of welfare fraud, thus only 7% of welfare fraud is committed by recipients.
Democrats form the largest group of welfare recipients. The percentages are Republicans 40%, Democrats 60%.
Jill Marie Gunderson has written: 'Job separation behavior of welfare recipients' -- subject(s): Employment, Welfare recipients
144,745 people were registered as welfare recipients in Tennessee as of 2008.
A lot less then there are whites.
Donald Hirasuna has written: 'Characteristics of AFDC/MFIP recipients' -- subject(s): Aid to families with dependent children, Evaluation, Minnesota Family Investment Program, Public welfare, Statistics, Welfare recipients 'The incomes of parents leaving AFDC and MFIP' -- subject(s): Economic conditions, Ex-welfare recipients, Public welfare, Welfare recipients 'Enterprise zones' -- subject(s): Enterprise zones 'Identifying who might be subject to the 60-month time limit' -- subject(s): Public welfare
The most current information I can find (2007) breaks the percentages of welfare recipients down this way: White 38.8% Black 39.8% Hispanic 15.7% Asian 2.4% other 3.3%
David Zucchino has written: 'Myth of the welfare queen' -- subject(s): Social conditions, Economic conditions, Welfare recipients, Women 'Myth of the welfare queen' -- subject(s): Social conditions, Economic conditions, Welfare recipients, Women 'Thunder Run'
No, they cannot.
Whites make up 65% of the population and receive 69% of all entitlement program dollars.
Gregory C. Weeks has written: 'Women, work, and public assistance' -- subject(s): Employment, Welfare recipients, Poor women, Public welfare 'Leaving public assistance in Washington State' -- subject(s): Employment, Welfare recipients, Poor women, Public welfare
Gert Knutsson has written: 'Fattiga i Sverige' -- subject(s): Poor, Public welfare, Welfare recipients
Yes, they can. But typically the benefits are adjusted.
Daniel Friedlander has written: 'Subgroup impacts and performance indicators for selected welfare employment programs' -- subject(s): Employment, Performance standards, Welfare recipients 'GAIN' -- subject(s): Employment, Government policy, Public welfare, Welfare recipients 'Are high-cost services more effective than low-cost services?' -- subject(s): Public welfare, Evaluation 'Supplemental report on the Baltimore options program' -- subject(s): Occupational training, Manpower policy, Employment, Welfare recipients, Public service employment
Generally not. They would have to have enough income to have to pay taxes...which would disqualify them from receiving welfare!
Yes you must pay back the money granted to you unless you are disabled in which case SSI handles back payments.
People who collect welfare may be, based upon their income, also eligible for Medicaid. Medicaid is a joint federal/state healthcare program for the poor and is a type of welfare.
100% all races ask for welfare