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Vox: Cory Booker’s new big idea: guaranteeing jobs for everyone who wants one

"Creating an employment guarantee would give all Americans a shot at a day’s work and, by introducing competition into the labor market, raise wages and improve benefits for all workers."

MoJo Reader,

I formally introduced the Federal Jobs Guarantee Development Act in the Senate, a groundbreaking plan that would set up a model federal jobs guarantee program.

An employment guarantee—an idea championed by Franklin Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr., and, more recently, a number of leading economists—would give every American who wants to work an opportunity to do so, in a job that pays a living wage and offers meaningful benefits. At the same time, the policy could raise wages for all by injecting greater competition into the labor market and giving workers real choices.

My legislation seeks to perfect this idea while helping potentially hundreds of thousands of Americans living in high-unemployment communities get to work.

Will you show your support to help every American who wants to work by becoming a Citizen Co-Sponsor of the Federal Jobs Guarantee Development Act?

Add your name today as a Citizen Co-Sponsor and help me make this legislation a reality.


Here’s how it would work. The plan would establish a model jobs guarantee program in up to 15 high-unemployment communities across the country to provide jobs for anyone who wants to work. These are jobs at a $15 minimum wage with benefits like health insurance, paid sick leave, and paid family leave––like the benefits enjoyed by Members of Congress. What's more, these jobs will advance critical and long-neglected local priorities like infrastructure, childcare, and community revitalization.

I’m working in the Senate to build support for this important legislation, and having you as a Citizen Co-Sponsor will show that the American people support it.

Will you take just a second to add your name as a Citizen Co-Sponsor of the Federal Jobs Guarantee Development Act?

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