- Weekly Claims
- Unemployment Benefits
- Extended Benefits
- Disaster Unemployment
- National Disaster Preparedness Effort
- Trade Readjustment Allowances
- Self-Employment Assistance
- UI Tax
- State Service Centers
- UI State Performance Excellence Awards
- my skills my future - Build a Bridge to Your New Career
- Worker Reemployment Portal
- State Job Banks
- America's Career InfoNet
- Unemployment Benefit Estimation Tool
- Hardest Hit Fund
- USDA - School Meals Program
We are soliciting comments on the content and organization of the data on our Web site and any suggestions you have about improving the accessibility to the data. We are also interested in your feedback on any data you would like summarized, e.g., benefits across all programs, that would eliminate the need for users to gather data from several reports and calculate the sum. Your input is important to us in improving the utility of our Web site as a tool for our customers. Please email us with your questions and suggestions.
In addition to helping workers and their families, the Unemployment Insurance programs play a key role in helping businesses, communities, and the nation's economy. It was created in 1935 in response to the Great Depression, when millions of people lost jobs. They couldn't buy goods and services, which contributed to more layoffs.
Now, as then, the program helps cushion the impact of economic downturns and brings economic stability to communities, states, and the nation by providing temporary income support for laid off workers.
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