There are a lot of really good things that are good about Obamacare, but I don't think that it really will help to reduce unemployment. There have actually been studies that have shown that unemployment may increase only due to the fact that insurance is more easily available without employment.
No, Obamacare will not reduce unemployment, because Obamacare has already raised unemployment. Stories are already coming out about people who have had their hours reduced, or who have lost their jobs completely. Politicians area already trying to tell us that this is for our own good, because jobs are a burden. This makes no sense. People are suffering.
One unseen thing about Obamacare that many people don't realize is the fact that insurance companies are hiring a lot of people. I tried to get on with Blue Cross Blue Shield, didn't make it past the interview, but none the less. I do not believe Obamacare will reduce unemployment however, because there are some people who will be adversely affected as well and others who will stop working to obtain free insurance.
Although ObamaCare will improve the quality of life in America, it will not reduce unemployment because it is not a job creating program. ObamaCare is a health insurance program that will make health care more affordable for most people. Unemployment remains an important, but unrelated problem for the Obama administration.
Obamacare is just another layer of inefficiency on top of an already incredibly inefficient health care system, and the only effects will be a huge cost to the taxpayers and to the poor. Of all the things that the law will lead to, the thing that it won't help is unemployment.