US has seen a steady downfall in unemployment rates during the year 2014. As we prepare to press this article into publication, we hear some great news from the Bureau Of Labor Statistics, U.S Department of Labor. “Employment Situation”, the monthly news release added icing on the cake with revelation of unemployment rate for Feb 2015, which stood at 5.5 %, the lowest in years.
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Those who have exhausted their allocated state provided unemployment compensation will always have a question lingering on the mind. What do I do next? This question can be a great concern if you’ve not got a job yet. Generally, in most of the states across the country, the payout will be unto a period of 26 weeks.
The heavily dependent Emergency Unemployment Compensation or E.U.C as p....Read more »
The miseries of high unemployment rate in North Carolinians gets worse with severe cuts in federally sponsored Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC). The state’s unemployment rate remains unchanged at 8.8 percent as per the reports released for the month of June by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, making it one of the top five states in the country.
Update: As of January 2014, Federal EUC benefits have expired and the Congress has not approved the extension of these benefits yet.
You have lost your job that provided all the financial support. Now what? Obviously this is not the time to doubt in your abilities and feel depressed. Take a step back and use job search links to look for a stable income. But the first thing you need to do is to ....Read more »