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As per the Rhode Island’s Unemployment Compensation law the minimum wage earned would be of $68.00 and the maximum wage would be of about $551.00 which does not include dependency allowance along with the wage stated above.

Weekly benefit will be of about 4.62% of the total income earned in the base period. According to the Rhode Island’s law maximum weekly benefit rate is decided annually which will be equal to 67% of the average weekly wage of all workers covered by the employment security act. Remember your weekly benefit rate remains the same throughout your benefit year.

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