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Submitted by Chris Okonji on

yes, shifting the tax from labor will make labour as an input factor cheap and be demanded by the employer hence, reducing the unemployment, but then again shifting it to consumption has to be limited,because if the shifting is not controlled the tax burden will fall on the same people who are empolyed as a result of tax shift from labor. I totally agree with the shifting of tax from labor to consumption could help reduce the country's unemployment but should be controlled or monitored.