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Florida unemployed face weaker safety net

by Mitchell Hartman Feb 12, 2020
After jobless claims spiked in the Great Recession, the state changed its system to pay less for a shorter duration to fewer recipients.
Florida is among a number of states that have cut back on unemployment assistance. Above, Miami Beach.
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Nearly half of states could not cover unemployment insurance in a recession

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 12, 2019
As many as 23 states are unprepared for the typical recession.
A job seeker looks at a job listing board.
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Government shutdown 2019

Thousands of federal works file unemployment claims

by Amy Scott Jan 18, 2019
More apply for benefits as the partial government shutdown drags on.
Albert Romero, 50, has filed for unemployment insurance while he waits to return to his job at the U.S. Department of Commerce in Boulder, Colorado.
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No benefits for the rich

by Jeff Tyler Feb 6, 2014
A proposal to extend long-term unemployment benefits would exclude Americans who make more than $1Million a year.