Things are not great now, but they are far better than they were 50 years ago, and they will be much better in another 50.
Maybe even publishing government reports is a job better left to the private sector.
Not Disabled, Not Working, and Getting Government Help: White House Report Details the Extent of the Problem
Most of the non-elderly, non-disabled adults on food stamps and Medicaid don’t work at all in a given month.
Overestimates appear to be the product of unreliable survey data.
The paper looks at what happened when states enacted "duty-to-bargain" (DTB) laws, which, as the name implies, require public employers to bargain with duly elected labor unions.
Congress should have acted to fix this problem before, and it should still act now.