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The unemployment rate (U-3), measured as the number of persons unemployed divided by the civilian labor force, rose from 5.0% in December 2007 to peak at 10.0% in October 2009, before steadily falling to 4.7% by December 2016 (the end of the Obama Administration) and then to 3.9% by December 2018.[32] This measure excludes those who have not looked for work in the last 4 weeks and all other persons not considered as part of the labor force, which can distort its interpretation if a large number of working-aged persons become discouraged and stop looking for work.The BLS reported that in 2017, there were approximately 7.5 million persons age 16 and over working multiple jobs, about 4.9% of the population. This was relatively unchanged from 2016. About 4 million (53%) worked a full-time primary job and part-time secondary job. We submit your application and be there with you during the entire unemployment compensation process. Our representatives are highly experienced, We provide dedicated assistance to each of our applicant.

What is unemployment?

  • The U.S. labor department utilizes several basic concepts to define unemployment. Able workers with jobs are considered to be employed, whereas individuals who are available for work, and who have been actively seeking a job in the last four weeks are unemployed. We know this decrease in the unemployment rate is due to more people finding jobs, as the labor force participation rate remained unchanged

  • Here's how to get started applying for unemployment benefits in your state. To receive unemployment benefits, you need to file a claim with the unemployment program in the state where you worked. You should contact your state's unemployment insurance program as soon as possible after becoming unemployed. Find your state's program by selecting your state in the box below, and check with them to see if you should file a claim in person, by telephone, or online. Generally, you should file your claim with the state where you worked. If you worked in a state other than the one where you now live or if you worked in multiple states, the state unemployment insurance agency where you now live can provide information about how to file your claim with other states. When you file a claim, you will be asked for certain information, such as addresses and dates of your former employment. To make sure your claim is not delayed, be sure to give complete and correct information. It generally takes two to three weeks after you file your claim to receive your first benefit check. Some states require a one-week waiting period; in other words, you would receive your first payment for the second week of your unemployment claim.

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    What’s Social Security?

    What’s Social Security? Social Security is a federal government program that provides a source of income for you or your legal dependents (spouse, children, or parents) if you qualify for benefits. You also need a Social Security number to get a job.

    How Do Benefits Work and How Can I Qualify?

    While you work, you pay Social Security taxes. This tax money goes into a trust fund that pays benefits to those who are currently retired, to people with disabilities, and to the surviving spouses and children of workers who have died. Each year you work, you’ll get credits to help you become eligible for benefits when it’s time for you to retire.

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