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Title Insight : Entitled.

Published Australia : SBS ONE [broadcaster], 2014 June 17 at 20:30:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (51 min. 32 sec.) ; 310792145 bytes
Summary Do we have a culture of entitlement? Beau is unemployed and on Newstart. He has spent six months looking for an IT job. He says he's worked hard to set up his career and wouldn't want to go "degrade" himself to do a job unrelated to his field. "If I was to go and work in a cafe or something, I'd just see that as an absolute waste of time," he says. Rosina has five children and receives about $20,000 in family tax benefits a year. "I think I'm entitled," she says. "Children are a good thing and we should encourage things that are socially good. We're working towards stable families." In the lead up to this year's Federal budget, Treasurer Joe Hockey said "the age of entitlement is over." This week, Jenny Brockie asks - do we have a culture of entitlement?.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Brockie, Jenny, host.
Barnes, Terry, contributor.
Costanzo, Sarah, contributor.
Crowe, Ali, contributor.
Evans, Beau, contributor.
Gabriel, June, contributor.
Godwill, Gary, contributor.
Gordon, Rosina, contributor.
Grayspence, Zara, contributor.
Hansen, Madeleine, contributor.
Isaacs, Pat, contributor.
Johnson, Graeme, contributor.
Marrick, Jarryd, contributor.
Molina, Angela, contributor.
Powell, Rodger, contributor.
Stilwell, Frank, contributor.
Walding, Alicia, contributor.
Wang, Jeffery, contributor.
Whiteford, Peter, contributor.
Subject Budget -- Political aspects.
Entitlement spending.
Old age pensions -- Finance.
Public welfare -- Employees.
Taxation.
Unemployment -- Economic aspects.
News and Current Affairs.