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I live in Washington state but work (telecommute) in New York. My company considers me a part-time employee (not an independent contractor) without a fixed schedule. I have consistently been assigned ~30 hours per week in work over several years. Due to declining business my actual hours worked have decreased to about 10 per week. I have not been officially told my hours are being cut, I've just had fewer work assignments.

Would I be eligible to quit due to reduced hours and still collect unemployment?
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It sounds quite likely you will be eligible on the reduced hours but quitting could make you ineligible.
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