Category Archives: State Unemployment

Illinois Unemployment

Currently, the IL unemployment rate at 10.3% as of June 2009. It’s not just auto-workers and stock-brokers that are losing their jobs — everybody is getting hit hard. Continue reading

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State Unemployment Offices

Often, the unemployment agency tells you “Don’t contact us, we’ll contact you” or some such similar message.

Don’t listen to this. This is how people fall between the cracks. Continue reading

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New York State Unemployment

The job outlook in New York keeps going from bad to worse. The spectacular crash of Wall Street and the investment banks and law firms has devastated many lives and really weakened the overall NY economy. Continue reading

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Michigan Unemployment

The employment situation in Michigan keeps going from bad to worse. The auto industry has been on decline for many years, but it is really on the ropes now. Thankfully, with the bailout money from the federal government and bankruptcy restructuring, hopefully this great industry will emerge stronger than ever. The highest rate in the nation, with the Michigan unemployment rate at 15.2% in June 2009. Continue reading

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Unemployment Office

Are you having trouble finding your local unemployment office? Just check out our A-Z list of state unemployment websites, choose your state, and look up your town or city. Be sure to check out the rest of our articles for … Continue reading

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California Unemployment

It seems like the situation in California keeps going from bad to worse. ¬†Starting with the housing and real estate crisis, the state budget is now in shambles. ¬†While the legislature has passed a budget to get money flowing, California … Continue reading

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