If you have two jobs and are fired from one of them can you collect unemployment in New York State?

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Yes, you may. If you had qualified, based on the higher paying job and lost that one, then according to the Related Link below, page 9 under "What if I work part time?", if you work less than 4 days and earn less than $405 for the Week, you may be entitled to partial unemployment benefits. They consider your total pay during the base period to arrive at the benefit amount, then re-adjust based on your current income.
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