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    Third Stimulus Check: What Should You Know

    Third Stimulus Check: What Should You Know On March 11, 2021, President Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion  American Rescue Plan that would provide another round of federal stimulus checks to millions of Americans. The $1.9 trillion bill includes various provisions such as the $1,400 third stimulus check, $400 unemployment weekly bonus checks, and many… Read More »

    A Beginners Guide To Finding A Job As A Fresher

    Finding a job is a challenging process, especially as a fresher. The process includes multiple stages, including preparing an eye-catching résumé, online research, opting for the right job portal, etc., which, when done correctly, can help you land in a perfect job.  In this post, we will tell you how to prepare yourself to land… Read More »

    A Detailed Guide To The Extended New York Unemployment Benefits

    New York is one of the states that is worst hit by the pandemic-induced economic shutdown. Although the state’s unemployment rate decreased from 9.2% to 8.4% in November 2020, the rate is still higher compared to the previous year. To help residents make it through the difficult times, the state has announced expanded and extended… Read More »

    A Guide To The Second Round Of Paycheck Protection Program

    Recently, Congress has announced a second stimulus package under which the unemployed Americans will get $600 stimulus payments. In addition to offering financial assistance to the unemployed citizens, the package also provides aid to the small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).  In this article, we will tell you who qualifies for the second… Read More »

    Second Stimulus Check: Eligibility & Payment

    Although the businesses have reopened, millions of Americans continue to struggle to get a job and meet their basic needs. To help the unemployed, Congress has announced a second Coronavirus stimulus package. In this post, we will guide you through the eligibility requirements to qualify for the second stimulus check and lots more. But before… Read More »

    How Are US Cities Coping With Unemployment At The End of 2020?

    The end of 2020 is coming with mixed news. Americans can look forward to continued unemployment benefits and improved job availability as Congress is putting together a new aid package and the economy recovers slowly. But, are these changes reflecting evenly over all the metropolitan areas across the country?  Almost all the US cities are… Read More »

    When Will The Extended Unemployment Benefits End In Vermont?

    Vermonters who have exhausted their benefits received through the regular Unemployment and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) program were eligible to collect Extended Benefits (EB). But recently, the U.S. Department Of Labor has notified the state’s Department Of Labor that it would end EB in Vermont. So, when will the extended unemployment benefits end in… Read More »

    Extended Unemployment Benefits In Wisconsin: Eligibility & Payment

    As the pandemic-induced economic downturn continues to affect the Wisconsinites, the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) has announced extended unemployment benefits in the state. This post will tell you who qualifies for the extended unemployment benefits in Wisconsin and how to apply for the program. More About The Extended Unemployment Benefits In Wisconsin? On Wednesday,… Read More »

    Why Has College Graduates’ Unemployment Rate Increased?

    Educational attainment and unemployment rate are closely correlated, as the unemployment rate by education shows softer curves and lower values, the higher the qualification. And yet, the past decade has thrown up a curious aberration as college graduates’ unemployment rate increase showed a sharper uptrend than any other group. The unemployment rate of people without… Read More »

    The Employment Situation – November 2020

    In a bout of great news, November saw the unemployment rate dropping to 6.7% despite the surging Coronavirus caseload across the country. However, 10.7 million citizens still remain unemployed due to the economic slowdown and shutting down of several businesses. Several experts also believe that the economic situation will get back to normal only by… Read More »

    A Guide To The Extended Unemployment Benefits In New Jersey

    As regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) begins to expire for more than 1.4 million New Jerseyans, the state Legislature has passed a new bill that allows more unemployed people to receive extended unemployment benefits in New Jersey. So, who qualifies for the Extended Benefits in New Jersey under the new bill? Know it here!  The Extended Unemployment… Read More »

    Expiration of Unemployment Benefits: What You Should Know

    The pandemic-induced economic downturn has caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs. Due to the soaring unemployment rate, the federal government has announced various programs under the CARES Act, which provided financial assistance to millions of unemployed people. However, it is important to note that programs created under the CARES Act were only designed… Read More »

    A Quick Look At The List Of Seasonal Thanksgiving Jobs For 2020

    Although Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and the Cyber Monday 2020 shopping season will look different this year, many delivery and retailer companies are preparing for a peak shopping season by adding a large workforce to their teams. If you are looking for jobs to help fund your holiday shopping and pay other bills, then the following list… Read More »

    All About The Reduction In The Extended Benefits In North Carolina

    The North Carolina Department Of Commerce Employment Security provided benefits for up to 9.6 weeks due to the soaring unemployment rate. However, recently, the Department announced that it would reduce the number of extended unemployment benefits weeks extended. This article will tell you why there is a reduction in the extended benefits in North Carolina… Read More »

    Good News: US Unemployment Rate Drops To 6.9%

    The release of the Employment Situation, October 2020, has good news for all Americans as the US unemployment rate dropped to 6.9%. There was a decrease in the unemployment rate across all worker groups and a fall in the number of people temporarily laid off, but the number of permanently laid-off workers has not dropped.… Read More »

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