"What happens to people when their unemployment insurance runs out and they still can't find a job?"
The question is actually the subtitle of an article in Slate Magazine called Depression Economics.
Here's a very small quotation that's interesting and horribly sad:
Some other important points are made as well.
And economists have found not only that unemployment tends to increase the rate of suicide, but that the loss of unemployment insurance actually has a stronger impact on an individual's likelihood of committing suicide than the loss of a job does.