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My advice to someone who just lost their job is

That its going to be okay. Its something better out there for you.

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Okay well it wasn’t meant to be. Now as far as the interview the thing you can do is take a deep breath when you get into the interview say to yourself I can do this I can answer the questions that they give me if your meant for that job you will get it good luck.

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Unemployment Struggles

People are struggling and frustrated... state unemployment sites and offices are having a hard time keeping up with all the unemployment requests. KEEP TRYING! These resources are your right. It is annoying waiting on hold for hours or having systems freeze, but DON'T GIVE UP. You will get through and get answers.

#motivation #unemployment

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Adrian Fausto
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I havent receive any payment since I opened my claim on march 22/2020

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Evie Scarpides
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I filed on April 1, 2020 I have yet to receive anything 😞 I call every day .. unable to get through ... Very frustrating!!!

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Jermyn Harrell
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Doing that still can't get through to talk to any always busy and can't login only to get kick off

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Marcia Whitehead
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No I haven't heard about it

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Edward "The Howitzer" Alexander
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5 - STEPS TO STRENGTHEN YOUR DAY! (IBYC)

I'm telling you the truth...

To overtake a mountain that is higher than you feel, you must first climb the other side of the hill.

Tell me how? You must...

1) DESIGN a positive attitude and don't stop until you feel the thrust. 2) DESIGN your words that impact your heart and mind immediately. 3) DESIGN a posture and stands up on the inside of you and makes you proud. 4) DESIGN a safe haven and room for comfort, concern and concentration. 5) DESIGN a notepad that carries simple words of inspiration and hope.

Can you do this?

I Believe You Can...!

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With so many people working at home right now I think it's important to also relax and enjoy a slower pace. We live in such a constant high stress world but it's important instead of feeling locked into our homes to possibly learn how to enjoy a little more relaxation and focus on our families and things that matter most to us now to preserve these things for our future. #coronavirus #workfromhome #healthcare

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Jacqueline Jimenez
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Totally agreed!

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Vickie Bosworth
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I couldn't agree more!! I have started crafting... it's actually funny because when i try to color, I never color between the lines!!

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#MyThoughts

Here is some tips on Work at Home Scams!

Let’s start with some basic red flags that should make it easy for anyone to sniff out scams.

Anything that sounds too good to be true, especially when they make it sound like you don’t have to do much to make a lot of money, is an obvious red flag.

Legitimate work from home options will be very specific, as they tend to be task-based, so anything you see that has a very general or hard to understand job description, especially if there is no vetting process, should be another red flag.

Remember, the bad guys are preying on those that are in need of work and will create amazing sounding opportunities that are designed to get you excited so you’ll drop your guard. High-pressure tactics are another sign of a scam.

Anytime an “opportunity” requires an upfront fee, special equipment that you must purchase from them first or direct access to your checking account (pretending to be direct deposit), it is a huge red flag.

A simple Google search for any company should provide you with feedback from others as well as clear ways to contact them. If you can’t find either, I suggest you take a pass. #workfromhome #hiringevents #healthcare #jobsearch #application #interview

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Sherry Wagstaff
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I’m curious why healthcare is a hashtag in this post?

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Xochipil Velez
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Ok so do you know of any real work from home jobs?

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NOLO is a great legal resource

While Jobcase does not offer legal advice, NOLO has built a legal encyclopedia to answer questions on anything from unemployment benefits to eviction rights for anyone impacted by the Coronavirus. NOLO has one of the richest collections of legal information on the internet with thousands of easy to understand articles authored by lawyers or other legal professionals. https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/covid-19

While these articles can help you get started, remember it is always best to consult with an actual attorney if you need legal advice.

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Benjamin Chansky
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Thanks for sharing John!

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Arlene Benton
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Thank you for sharing your info John

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Struggling because of COVID - job loss, layoff, reduced hours?

Each situation and each state is unique, so trying to figure out how to get help is #stressful! But you can do this, and here is how:

1. Find state specific resources and links. Go to Unemployment Resource Center or check out your state’s topic page on Jobcase.

2. Apply! There is no harm in applying and many past requirements have been waived due to our current situation.

3. Keep Record. Write down your confirmation. Keep track of dates you filed so you don’t miss a week and can keep track of your state's requirements to get benefits.

4. File online weekly. Return to your state's sites and file weekly.

5. Reach out. - Jobcase is here for you. Your friends and family are here for you. Happy, sad, discouraged, optimistic, annoyed, thankful… whatever you are feeling, share it! Someone is here to help; you can help someone else. We are in this together!

#coronavirus #unemployment

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John Smith
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I was laid off work due to Covid 19. I filled for unemployment benefits benefits and was denied. I was told that I had not earned the minimum requirements for unemployment benefits. I told them I had just started my new job and was laid off because we were directly affected by the by the PANDEMIC. They still refused me help. Now I'm trying to at least get the PUA benefits and I can't get anyone on the phone here in Tennessee. It's going on two whole months now. I need help asap....

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Hello I'm from Chicago Illinois, serving penalty weeks. I've paid back my over payment and served 8 penalty weeks out of 26. I am not collecting any pandemic funds nor my remaining balance of unemployment fund's. Does any one know if Congress will change this during this pandemic? Is anyone going through similar situation or any ideas tips ect... The Congress can forgive employer on penalties why not the employees. I've called ides numerous if times no answer. It was mentioned on channel 2 news but haven't heard anything else

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Financial planning

Times are getting tough. Now's a good time to take a good hard look at your expenses and see if you can save in some way. Here are some ways you could save:

https://www.themuse.com/advice/9-ways-to-seriously-slash-your-expenses

#unemployment

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Lenin Pina
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Good tip.

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