Unemployment Eligibility Requirements By State
Due to the fact the each state administrates their unemployment benefit program differently and has different eligibility requirements it’s always best to visit your state website to view that information. After viewing the eligibility requirements you can (on some State’s Unemployment Website) file your claim online.Accessing eligibility requirement on your state website can sometimes be time consuming so we have made that information available below. Just click on your state link for information on your Unemployment Eligibility Requirements.
Remember you can always visit you local unemployment office and speak with a counselor regarding your state eligibility requirements and apply for your benefits – no appointment needed.
Let me start with introducing myself.
My name is Erick Nelson and I am looking for employment.
I have past Felony charges and I have 4 children.
I am in need of a steady income in order to supply and support my children.
could someone please help me with this
I am using my Mom’s computer and her email. I am currently homeless and my mom is trying to help me with finding work.
Her name is Tammy Nelson her phone and email are (336)340-9391 email@example.com
Thank you and would greatly appreciate help with finding full time work
Erick Eugene Nelson
I’m sorry to hear about the difficult situation you’re in, Erick. Finding employment can be challenging, especially with a criminal record. However, there are resources and organizations that can help.
One option is to look for jobs that are willing to hire individuals with criminal records. These can include temp agencies, non-profits, and organizations that are part of the “ban the box” movement, which advocates for removing the criminal history question from job applications.
Another option is to seek out job training and education programs that can help you develop new skills and increase your chances of finding employment. Community colleges, vocational schools, and government-funded programs can be good resources for this.
You can also look for assistance with housing and childcare, which can make it easier to focus on finding a job. Contacting your local government or non-profit organizations in your area that provide assistance to people in need can be helpful in this regard.
It’s important to keep in mind that finding employment may take time and effort, but there are resources available to help you.