Yes, corporations are considered entitities, similar to humans, for tax purposes. But, anyone that gets income from the corporation also has to pay taxes. If I own stock, I pay tax on my dividends. If I make a salary, I pay taxes on my salary. If the corporation reports income, it pays taxes, too. But, the taxes it pays come out of the pockets of everyone else down the line because the corporation isn't real - it's just paper. If "they" pay taxes, "they" can't pay employees as much or they have to charge more for products.
People benefit from social services - not corporations. And, rarely people who are employed by corporations.
People want to be educated - so they can go work for corporations or so they can start corporations.
People build infrastructure, often through corporations, for the benefit of the people.
Ask a corporation if they care if they have any employees - they won't respond. A person who is part of that corporation might, though.