As of 2015, many unemployment offices allow applicants to file over the phone. However, application regulations vary by state so phone filing may not be allowed in all areas. More » Government & Politics Social Services

As of 2015, Florida has 77 full service and 26 satellite CareerSource Florida Centers, or unemployment offices, throughout the state. Full service centers offer all available employment and training services. A limited n... More » Government & Politics Social Services

Find the closest Department of Labor office by going to the U.S. Department of Labor website and entering a ZIP code at the top of the page. A list of offices in that area appears on the next page. More »

As of 2015, most states give applicants the option to apply for unemployment benefits online, by phone or by mail. Information about past employers, including phone numbers and relevant wage details, helps determine whet... More » Government & Politics Social Services

A person applying to receive unemployment benefits must dial the Department of Labor number that corresponds with the state that they reside in. The national Department of Labor number is 1-866-4-USA-DOL. More »

As of 2015, to be eligible for unemployment benefits, applicants must be unemployed through no fault of their own. In most states, they must also meet other eligibility requirements, such as meeting certain income thresh... More » Government & Politics Social Services

The function of the Spokane unemployment office is to screen applicants and provide information about unemployment benefits to local residents. In addition, this office provides training to help unemployed individuals wr... More » Government & Politics Social Services