US Unemployment Offices and Career Centers provide individuals seeking employment all the latest tools to find and keep that special job. Employers will find assistance in recruiting new employees including a national job listing network, applicant screening, and space in the centers to conduct testing and employment interviews.
If you have lost your job you can get assistance by filing your claim for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. These benefits are available to you if your have become unemployed through no fault of your own. Keep in mind that benefits are established by Federal law and you have the right to apply for UI benefits if you have lost your job.
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Q) What can be done about unemployment in Augusta, GA? A) When the economy gets difficult and jobs are hard to find we sometimes have to look at developing self employment opportunities. Look at the skills you have or learn new skills then offer your services to others. You may need to learn a new trade that… Continue Reading
Q) i am trying to get a resume. what can i do to receive one? A) Your state Career Center will be able to assist you in creating your resume. There are also great programs online to also help you in creating your resume. Just do a quick search on Google. Help In Creating My Resume. Continue Reading
Q) need information on truck driving skills training. A) Some Career Centers are providing Truck Driver Training – See Article below; Auburn Career Center introduced its new partnership with Great Lakes Truck Driving School to offer a commercial driver’s license program. Developers of the program believe this is the first public and private partnership of its kind in… Continue Reading
Q) I have been working in New Bern N C for the past two years. I was driving almost two hours each way to work each day. I did it for two years. Working 8 to 12 hours a day plus the drive time really affected my health. I had to quit my job because of… Continue Reading
Q) I live in New Mexico but am seriously considering moving to Midland, TX. Having a job lined up before moving would be ideal. Is there a way to create an account that will provide assistance in the Midland/Odessa area? A) Please visit TX unemployment and career center website for information on job opportunities in Midland, TX.… Continue Reading
Q) I have a part time job where I get only 20 hours a week. I can not live on this kind of pay check. I hear that I can get unemployment still. Is this true. If so is the application the same as the application of unemployment if I did not have a job. Do… Continue Reading
Q) After 19 years i was let go because of company cutbacks. I was given a severance package that gives me about 37 weeks of pay (2 weeks for each year of service). Can i get unemployment on top of this (in Ohio) or can i get any additional weeks of coverage after my severance runs… Continue Reading
Q) I am currently working full time, but want to take a class that would require me to miss work for six weeks. My employer is saying that is time, and also that I would be able to collect unemployment during that six week period, as I would not be working. Is this true??? A) I if you… Continue Reading
Q) I currently work for a school as an hourly employee. School closes for 2 months in the summer and I do not get paid, am I eligible for unemployment? Thank you A) Yes, You are eligible for unemployment benefits during your 2 months summer brake without employment. I am not eligible for benefits because I have… Continue Reading
Q) What is the E-mail address to the govt. Official site for filing for unemployment? A) Please visit your state benefits website and click on the contact link for their email contact informationhttp://www.unemploymentoffice.us/online-application-for-unemployment-benefits/ Continue Reading
Q) Can I file unemployment if my husband has received military orders to a new duty station? A) More than 21 states now allow military spouses to receive unemployment when they quit due to relocation of their spouse and another 21 states allow this “exception” to be made on a case-by-case basis, usually at a hearing. If… Continue Reading
Q) Is there a program that teaches people how to dress in interviews, know how to answer basic interview questions, etc. If not, my group would like to assist. We want to help get people past interviews and on the job. A) You should be able to get counseling on your dressing and interview skills at your… Continue Reading
Q) Do I apply for unemployment in the state that I reside (Mississippi) or the state where I worked (Tennessee)? A) You need to apply for Unemployment benefits in the state where you have worked – (Tennessee) Continue Reading
Q) My telephone number is wrong on the letter notifying me of my interview . How can I correct it before my interview so they can reach me ? A) Please call you local career center office and speak with a counselor and ask him/her to make the correction. (If you have an online account you can… Continue Reading
Q) I was layed off by new madrid resource center and its a non profitable organization do i qualify for unemployment A) If you have worked long enough and satisfied you state work hour requirements you do qualify for unemployment insurance benefits. General Requirements for Unemployment Benefits Be totally or partially unemployed. Be unemployed through no fault… Continue Reading
Q) Can I collect unemployment if I change my state? A) Although the Unemployment Insurance System is run by individual states, all states are members of the Interstate Reciprocal Benefit Payment Plan. If you prefer to apply for benefits in your new state, you have that right. However, the unemployment laws of the former state will still… Continue Reading
Q) I had a 2 year contract with Boehringer Ingelheim and the contract ended. Can I receive unemployment benefits? A) If you have worked full time for 2 years you qualify for unemployment benefits. Working for two years should more than satisfy your state work hour requirements. General Requirements for Unemployment Benefits Be totally or partially unemployed.… Continue Reading
Q) My position was eliminated and I am being offered another position with another company but it would be a hardship for me to accept if it was a 2nd shift position, would I lose my unemployment if I did NOT accept that position? A) This all depends on your state unemployment rules regarding unemployment insurance eligibility.… Continue Reading
Q) I owned and managed a retail pet store in Illinois for more than 30 years. I was also an employee, and was paid as such. I paid into unemployment almost my entire working career. I had to start collecting social security early, as I didn’t make much money, and needed the income. I was forced… Continue Reading
Q) I was let go from my job. I was there for 2 years and few months. I getting my SS started. Am I eligible to draw unemployment? Please let me know. Thank you. A) If you have worked full time for 2 years you qualify for unemployment benefits. Working for two years should more than… Continue Reading
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