There are many solutions to unemployment, including government-funded training for workers and worker relocation to areas that offer jobs. Organizations like the Library of Economics and Liberty argue that the eliminatio... 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 » Government & Politics Social Services

In the state of Florida, most unemployed citizens receive about half of their weekly salary, but the maximum allowed by law is $275 per week. Typically, citizens are only eligible to receive unemployment benefits for 26 ... More »

Some factors that affect unemployment rates in the United States include the demand for goods and services, availability of unemployment benefits, and availability of skilled workers, states the Congressional Budget Offi... More »

Poverty stems from many factors, including lack of jobs for workers, health conditions, inadequate access to schools and training facilities and government corruption. Poverty affects millions of people worldwide, includ... More »

Based on school district ratings, crime reports, the cost of housing, jobs available and nearby amenities as of 2015, some highly-rated areas to raise children in Florida include North Port, Venice, Winter Springs, Gulf ... More » World View Social Sciences

The New York state government provides temporary income for qualified workers who lose their jobs through unemployment insurance. To receive benefits, a worker cannot lose his job because of his own actions. The recipien... More » Government & Politics Social Services