According to the Department of Labor, unemployment benefits are offered to workers who are unemployed due to no fault of their own and that meet other requirements as listed by their state law, such as time worked or ear... More »

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In order to qualify for unemployment benefits, an individual must generally be unemployed for reasons beyond their control and must fulfill their state's requirements for unemployment, says LearnVest. Each state has indi... More »

Employees must be citizens of the United States or provide proof of the legal right to work in the United States to qualify for unemployment benefits, according to FindLaw. Every state's rules vary, but in general, quali... More »

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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 »

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While details vary from state to state, many states have partial unemployment payment benefits for those who, through no fault of their own, cannot work a sufficient number of hours. Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jer... More »

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Unemployment benefits are benefits offered to workers who are unemployed due to no fault of their own and who meet the requirement set out by their state law, the U.S. Department of Labor explains. Each state has differe... More »

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To apply for unemployment benefits, find out if you are eligible, gather all the needed documentation and fill out and return the application. Begin looking for a job to maintain your eligibility for benefits. More »

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