When poor people rely on public assistance year after year, they forget the skills required to obtain a job. Thus, policy specialists recommend such people be given at least a few hours of paid work weekly. To receive public assistance from the government, people must not have worked in the past year
These statements, if true, sustain which of the following conclusions?
A) Government rules for public assistance run counter to efforts to employ people.
B) Putting those on public assistance into a permanent full-time labor program is the only answer to the problem of lost work skills.
C) By working a paid job for at least a few hours a week, poor people can pay their expenses.
D) Poor people will not be required to work a regular job through the eventual development of automation.
E) Poor people cannot survive on governmental public assistance benefits alone.
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