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Amanda Garcia
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over 6 months ago

If you have recently lost your job, seeking unemployment benefits can be a helpful way to support yourself and your family while you search for new employment opportunities. Here are some steps you can take to seek unemployment benefits:

Check your eligibility: Each state has its own eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits. Visit your state's Department of Labor website to learn about eligibility requirements, application processes, and benefit amounts.

File your claim: Once you have determined your eligibility, you can file your claim for unemployment benefits. Be sure to provide accurate and complete information to avoid delays or complications in the process.

Attend any required appointments: Depending on your state's requirements, you may be required to attend appointments or participate in job search programs as a condition of receiving benefits. Attend all required appointments and follow any instructions given to you by your state's unemployment office.

Keep track of your job search: While you are receiving unemployment benefits, you will be required to actively search for new employment opportunities. Keep track of your job search activities, including applications submitted, interviews attended, and any other efforts you make to find new work.

Remember that unemployment benefits are a temporary support system to help you get back on your feet. It's important to use the time and resources provided by unemployment benefits to actively seek new employment opportunities, improve your skills and qualifications, and prepare yourself for the next stage of your career.

While it can be challenging to be out of work and reliant on unemployment benefits, try to stay positive and focused on your goals. Use this time to explore new career opportunities, network with professionals in your field, and gain new skills and experiences that can make you a more competitive candidate for future job openings.

Getting back into the workforce after using unemployment benefits can be a positive step forward in your career. You may have gained new skills, experiences, or perspectives during your time out of work that can make you a stronger candidate for new employment opportunities. Keep an open mind and stay committed to your goals, and you will be on your way to a successful and fulfilling career. #motivation #unemployment #help #lostjob #laidoff

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Brianna Dysep
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over 6 months ago

#jobsearch

Rhode Island work need a job asap after being laid off #laidoff

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Keith Gibbons
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over 6 months ago

How about still have a job. Got laid off in 2019. #laidoff

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Anthony Sabeur
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over 6 months ago

I have been out of work since April 28 2020. At this point, I'm applying for multiple jobs every day. Everyone is saying that employers are desperate to fill positions, but the experience I have is over qualified. I was Field engineer with PSS than Eckoh is UK company for 10 years than they laid me off and after 8 months they posted my position :( I reapplied and they told me I was not qualified . #employers #laidoff #advice

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Samantha Keel
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over 6 months ago

I have been out of work since June 1st. At this point, I'm applying for multiple jobs every day. Everyone is saying that employers are desperate to fill positions, but the experience I have is I submit applications with my resume on job boards and after 2 to 3 weeks the employers aren't even checking the resumes that are coming in. Then you get a random email saying the position has been closed. #employers #laidoff

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Amy Blair
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over 6 months ago

According to Governor DeSantis, "Florida has over 460,000 online jobs available with the strongest economic conditions in the nation". Where are these jobs Mr. DeSantis? This information was taken from Florida's Department of Unemployment Economics; Florida has gained more than 800,000 private-sector jobs since the beginning of Covid-19. As a person who's position was eliminated due to Covid and have been looking for employment since day 1 but I'm just not seeing these jobs! It's been over a year of applying and networking but I have yet had a single call back or an interview? If I find positions to apply for that's great but most of the online job postings are not relevant to my experience or direct me to a third party site requiring me to sign up just to be able to submit my application/resume rather than allowing me to apply directly with the company. I bring over 20 years of Account Management, Direct to Consumer Sales and Customer Service and Retention experience, I really hope I can find something soon. #joblessinflorida #jobseeking #laidoff #pleasehireme

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Forrest Mosley
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over 6 months ago

I was having a difficult time doing telemarketing. I was fired once, but showed up for work the next day willing to work on pure commission. The boss gave me a second chance, and I sold $2,400 that day.

One of my co-workers talked to the boss about creating a new opportunity for me, and he put me in the distribution office, where I truly excelled.

I eventually got laid off when the economy downturned, but my boss did not dispute my unemployment insurance. I had a disability, so I filed and got it approved just as my unemployment ended. Another lucky break, I guess. I'm now retired and doing things I've always wanted to do. #benefits #laidoff

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Dustin Leingang
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Susan Wermuth
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After 13 years my job was suddenly eliminated with no notice. Left me with my proverbial finger you know where. I was totally screwed for no reason. Hire on at your risk. Lots of nepotism. #laidoff #ageism

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