Many people have been relying on unemployment to help them get through rough times as job opportunities have dried up, leaving unemployment as many people’s last recourse.
However, even that may no longer be available to the people of Indiana, as it was recently revealed that Indiana Unemployment was just as broke as everyone else. Lawmakers in the state could still be the people’s saving grace, but they have yet to solve this problem. Many people are trying to learn more about the situation by going straight to the online source, www.in.gov/dwd.
With our State of California Currently sitting around 12% Unemployment can we expect the our state to run out of money for unemployment too? Not to mention the unemployment rate in the Bay Area being high than it has in quite some time as well. The Unemployment Insurance Program, commonly referred to as UI, provides weekly unemployment insurance payments for workers who lose their job through no fault of their own. The UI program is 100% funded by employers who pay taxes on wages paid to employees.
The fact that so many are loosing or have lost jobs is gut wrenching. If you need to file a claim and start receiving benefits it’s
important that while you are getting those benefits you get out and do something while you are receiving them. I lost my job back in 2003 and collected unemployment and it gave me the opportunity to get my real estate license and get started in the mortgage and lending business.