The state of Illinois is participating in the federally funded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s Restaurant Meals Program. Launched in DeWitt, Franklin, and Cook counties during the spring of 2022, the program allows some SNAP participants – including the homeless, elderly and disabled – to use their SNAP benefits for hot, prepared food from participating restaurants. This is a .... Read more »
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Unemployment Benefits in the States has been instrumental in helping many families navigate through financial hardship caused due to job loss. Over 6.3 million people benefited from these benefits during the pandemic. As the economy slowly picks up, many people will find work, but many sectors are still struggling. As people.... Read more »
The Coronavirus outbreak has caused an unprecedented job loss and financial crisis. To provide the unemployed with temporary financial support, states pay unemployment insurance (UI) benefits to the claimants. There are a lot of questions concerning this financial aid, one being, are unemployment insurance benefits taxable? Read more »
Illinois has the country’s second highest unemployment rate first being Nevada. At 9.3 percent, it is two percent higher than the national average of 7.5 percent. The US is on its way to economic recovery but some states are still lagging in terms of fixing its unemployment rate. The number of Illinois workers who have been unemployed for more than six months continue to push records higher, ac.... Read more »
The unemployment rate of Illinois declined slightly to 11.2 percent in April. The Government contributed to the job growth by adding jobs for the temporary Census 2010 positions. “However, as jobs are created and people re-enter the workforce encouraged about their ability to find a job, the unemployment rate might fluctuate for several months before stabilizing,” Director Maureen O’Donne.... Read more »
The unemployment situation has not spared Illinois State too. The unemployment rate has been rising since December 2006. Many of them thought that unemployment will not hit the teachers but they have been proved wrong. There are students, who have completed their degrees in English and have teaching certificates, looking out for jobs in vain. The worst part is that they have to start paying the.... Read more »