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# Our current system of unemployment compensation has increased nearly a

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Re: Our current system of unemployment compensation has increased nearly a [#permalink]
Q1: C vs. D as these two options come the closest.

C is the clear winner as the scope of the passage is unemployment compensation and not unemployment itself. The effect of restructuring unemployment compensation will lead to people not wanting to spend prolonged periods in the unemployed state. But this is indirect. The passage as such is only talking about unemployment compensation structure. it's shortcomings and the way forward.

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