Unemployment

How to Help Those Who Are Unemployed During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic continues to keep millions of Americans unemployed. As many people continue to be jobless, experts are sharing advice on how you can help them.
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International Fraud Network Steals Millions From US Unemployment Funds

If you recently received unemployment benefits, a group of international fraudsters has been allegedly attacking United States unemployment systems.
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Can Employees Refuse to Work and Still Receive Unemployment Benefits Amid COVID-19?

As more employees have to return to work during the pandemic, many are wondering if they are required to risk their safety, and how their choice impacts their unemployment eligibility.
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Coronavirus: When Will the United States Job Market Recover?

The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on jobs across the country. Many across the United States may be wondering when the country’s job market will recover.
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Will You Still Get Unemployment Benefits If State Funds Run Out Amid Coronavirus?

With unemployment the worst since it’s been since the Great Depression, many who lost their jobs are relying on unemployment insurance, but understandably, state’s are struggling to keep up. What happens when their trust funds run out? Find out.
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1 in 5 U.S. Workers Has Filed for Unemployment Since the Start of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Almost 3.2 million Americans filed initial claims for unemployment insurance last week. The total has now surpassed 33.5 million unemployment claims since mid-March, when stay-at-home orders first began.
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Why Are $600 Unemployment Checks Being Delayed in Some States?

Many people across the United States are collecting unemployment. Americans may be wondering, why unemployment checks are being delayed in some states?
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Will You Make More in Unemployment Benefits Than You Earned in Your Last Job?

Unemployment benefits typically remain low enough so that the average American can get by, but low enough so that they want to find a job. Now, with the additional $600 a week, some may make more than they did at their previous jobs. Read more.
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