Can you draw unemployment if your on sick leave for going through inpatience center?
You cannot draw unemployment if you are on sick leave. You are technically and legally still employed. You may be entitled to sick pay though.
Does Nebraska extend the emergency unemployment to people that have exhausted their extended unemployment?
Quitting your job of your own accord makes you inelgible for unemployment in most jurisdictions. However, you may be able to claim either alternate recompense (for medical purposes; you would need to see your doctor and get official statements of inability to work) or unemployment benefits through having quit as a result of what happened on the job.
Although unemployment laws vary from state to state, the purpose of unemployment compensation is to provide income to someone who has lost their job through no fault of their own. Thus, it is required that you have left the company involuntarily, and you are not eligible if you quit. Check with your state's unemployment commission to see what the requirements are to claim unemployment in your area. You are going to have to contact them…
Nigeria's education system is very poor, especially government schools. Due to the lack of education Nigeria's working class receive, they are stuck doing the same types of jobs, i.e., Laborers, Market sellers, etc. This makes the employment market for primary sectors like this very full, which in return, increases unemployment. Though this is the case, it cannot be said that this is the only thing to blame for unemployment. Newly graduated students are also going…
I really dont think the IRS has the time to report everyone, if any at all, to the unemployment office regarding unemployed FT/PT students. Neither does the unemployment office has enough funds to investigate. I suggest you do it and just pray that God forgives you. We are going through a recession and desperate times calls for desperate measures. Hope this was of some help.
No. Lack of education such that increased technology can be effectively utilized means increased unemployment. Unemployment of the uneducated is much higher than unemployment of the educated. "High unemployment" is a result of people not getting jobs they are qualified for, not the lack of jobs. Millions of skilled jobs are going unfilled. The antipathy of many Americans toward education--that is, that ignorance is an American value--is why they perceive high unemployment.
Can you fight a declined Ohio unemployment request because going to school may interfere with your customary occupation?
This is very doubtful. To collect unemployment you must, usually, be unemployed due to no fault of your own. While going back to school is an admirable idea, it is still attributable to you that you are unemployed. Beyond that, unemployment always requires that you be ready, willing, and able to work, and going to school - especially full-time - typically prevents you from meeting this qualification.