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The normal benefit period is 12 to 26 weeks. They can add 1 week and Tier III would add another 13 weeks. If the state's unemployment exceeds 8.5% the Tier IV would add another 6 weeks. See the FAQ's in the Related Link below.
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The maximum is $900 every two weeks. The minimum is approximately $80 every two weeks. The formula is 50% of your weekly gross up to a limit.
Hello $405-$430 a week
The current unemployment rate in California is 9.0%. The unemployment rate in California is higher than the overall rate of the United States. In addition, it is even higher t…han states like New York.
$450/week + $25/week stimulus.
One year, unless it is extended.
California's most recent unemployment numbers are for May 2012 recorded at 10.8% and dropping at a rate of 0.1% each month.
100 % would be the maximum
Your weekly benefits would be 50% of your normal weekly wages, with these limitations: the total maximum amount is the lesser of 1) 26 times the weekly benefit, or 1/3 of the …total base period wages. Base period is the first 4 quarters of the last 5 complete quarters worked. See the Related Link below.
The EDD. Employment Development Dept.
The average length of unemployment in 2005, according to Employment and Earnings, was 18.4 weeks, down from 19.6 weeks in 2004, but up from 13.2 weeks in 2001. Read more: Un…employment - How Long Does Unemployment Last? - Weeks, Unemployed, Married, Workers, Average, and Divorced In the Related Link below. this is just general statistics, though, but it should help to estimate it.
You can file an unemployment insurance claim via the California State government website. Information centers will be able to provide other resources such as whether you are e…ligible for unemployment insurance. They also have a toll free number that you can call for help
Can you collect state disability after your state unemployment runs out. Of course you are now unable to work.
until you need to use your insurance
Yes, they do. Unemployment is a federal program led by the Department of Labor. In order to receive payments, you must have worked the previous 12 months.