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As Mosler teaches it, the initial function of taxation is to make everyone unemployed in terms of the thing needed to pay taxes. So its government that creates the things we call "unemployment" and "employment."
Without a JG, 0% involuntary unemployment is only achievable under rare, coincident circumstances and conditions.
So we need an effective Job Guarantee to get to 0% involuntary unemployment of anybody able and willing to work.
This is ultimately about how you define, in practical measure, the thresholds of the ability vs disability to work and the willingness and non-willingness to work.
So a Job Guarantee has to define itself by answering:
How far is it reasonable to require JG workers to travel? How will they get to the JG center and job sites?
How many job choices should JG workers be offered?
If the infrastructure and further public agency exists to support a job offer to anyone able and willing to work, we can then define involuntary unemployment at 0%.