Unemployment is an issue present all over the universe of the homeless, but there are some people who are neither alcoholics nor drug addicts, neither previously jailed nor physically or mentally ill. They are simply and dramatically unemployed.
These people have reached the street because they lost their job. Many of them tell say did not receive, when they were in need, any help from their family nor did they have a small economical means or housing certainty, in order to survive until a new job was found. Unfortunately this is a route, from which exit is difficult: to have a job, even if temporary, is a warranty that makes it possible to keep a house. On the contrary, being homeless makes it almost impossible to find a job at all.