Methods for checking your unemployment account vary by state. Contact your state's unemployment agency to learn more about how to check your unemployment account balance. More »

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Florida residents are required to establish an online Connect account at the website of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. After a claim is filed, claimants can log in 24 hours a day to check the status of a... More »

The U.S. Department of Labor's One Career Stop website, provides an interactive map and connection to each to unemployment office by state. Once connected at the state level, instructions and specific website links will ... More »

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To file a weekly certification for unemployment in North Carolina, visit the website of North Carolina's Division of Employment Security, follow the link titled "File Your Weekly Certification," and log in to your accoun... More »

The best method to contact your local unemployment office will depend on your city and state, but a helpful starting point is the United States Department of Labor's DL Services by Location webpage at DOL.gov. This datab... More »

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The procedure for filing a claim for partial unemployment benefits varies by state, and weekly or biweekly claims may need to be submitted for the benefits to continue. Some states require the initial application to be s... More »

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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 »

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