Yes indeed. People that cannot gain private employment can thus be employed in the process of removing money from private employers and redistributing it to those likely to vote to keep the handlers(middlemen) gainfully employed in the continuing redistribution. Completely corrupt government at its finest. For, of course, the simple act of creating the jobs of the money changers and those employed due to the money being distributed is not complete without subtracting the far larger number of jobs lost in order for the middleman to get his cut. But, who's counting? Certainly not the electorate. They can barely add or subtract small numbers thanks to modern education.