Category: Unemployment Guides

Stigma Attached to Unemployment and its Solutions

Walk into a dinner party with strangers and the conversation starts with what you do for a living, children from kindergarten to near adults in high school are constantly faced with the question of what their parents are and what they do; by and by our identities are inseparable from our field of work, position… Read More »

How Not to Lose Efficiency During Unemployment?

Every statistic points towards losing a steady income as one of the key causes of anger, depression, health deterioration, fear and anxiety in today’s adult population of the United States, if not of the rest of the world. While anxiety of the future is difficult to shake off, if you find yourself or a loved… Read More »

Ways to Manage Midlife Unemployment Crisis

Do you like planning for future? Have you planned your finances well? How easily can you make it through difficult times? We are living in a time where money is a necessity and a continuous in-flow of the same is required. In the case of any diversion from the routine path, there can be a… Read More »

Unemployment Benefits And Social Security

A common question that haunts unemployed individuals, especially the retired ones is whether or not they can claim Unemployment Compensation along with Social Security Retirement benefits. As you may know, this program offers people with a weekly benefit amount to provide financial assistance while they don’t have a major or stable source of income. All… Read More »

Effect of Severance Pay On Unemployment Compensation

In the United States of America, a social assistance program jointly run by the federal government along with the states offers weekly monetary compensation to citizens who go jobless due to no fault of their own. Commonly known as the Unemployment Compensation (U.C) benefits program, a jobless worker can look forward to up to 26… Read More »

Where to File Unemployment ? Place of Living or Work?

Just like most of the developed countries that hand hold its citizens by way of social security benefits for the jobless, the U.S is known to administer an efficient federal-state system that guarantees weekly unemployment benefits for those who’ve lost their job due to involuntary reasons such as layoffs. Foreseen by the U.S Department of… Read More »

Paying Taxes On Income From Unemployment Insurance

As most of you reading this would be aware, voluntarily unemployed citizens in the U.S are eligible for a weekly monetary compensation for up to 26 weeks from the system that is jointly run by the state-federal setup, commonly known as Unemployment Compensation or Unemployment Insurance. Ascertained on your income in the preceding 5 calendar… Read More »

Schooling and Unemployment Insurance Benefits

You may be one of hundreds of unemployed class across the country contemplating and exploring the opportunity to gain additional skills or get into a new domain that interests you. This calls for attending training or going to school full time/part time. Whether you’re recently dealing with unemployment or job loss, or you’ve been sending… Read More »

Unemployment Insurance For Military Men And Their Spouses

This article will address problems and queries on unemployment compensation (UC) faced by ex-military men and their spouses. If you fall into that category, we’re sure that you will find this article helpful! Is there UC for ex military men and their spouses? Yes.The federal set up in US has a separate unemployment program for… Read More »

I Lost My Job! What Should I Do?

If you lost your job recently and are crestfallen and confused, here’s a list of things you should do immediately. We understand that it is a difficult situation and we have collected all the information you will need and summarized that into this article. You might be considering the option of signing up for the… Read More »