Check with the Department of Labor in your state; generally, a person must be terminated or laid off by the employer to collect unemployment compensation.
You can't get unemployment when you quit a job. You can only receive benefits if you lose your job through no fault/decision of your own.
Yes, you may receive unemployment if you quit your job UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. See the Related Link below under "You may receive benefits if:" and its following item when you may not.
In most States if you quit your job voluntarily you aren't eligible for unemployment benefits.
No. If you quit your job, you are not eligible for Unemployment benefits.
According to the FAQs item #4."What happens if I quit my job" in the Related Link below, you CAN quit and receive benefits IF it was for good cause and related to work (NOT for joining your spouse, attending school, or to become self-employed).
YOu don't get unemployment benefits if you quit your job. Only if you got fired from the job, or laid off
In Florida, you cannot receive unemployment if you quit your job. You receive it if you are laid off, not if you quit. I assume that is true of other states but unemployment specifics vary from state to state.
no, you can't get benefits because you are no longer working for them, so they don't have to cover you anymore.
I think so.
I don't think so. If you quit you more than likely may not qualify for unemployment benefits. If you are terminated, you maybe able to receive it. As far as school is concerned, you will more than likely be able to still go to school, but you cannot quit a job and go to school and receive unemployment. If you quit, you disqualify yourself from getting unemployment, unless you have a very good reason to quit such as harrassment, or unsafe work place etc,. You can still go to school and receive financial aid which maybe more than what you would receive in unemployment benefits.
No, if you quit your job, you are no longer eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.
You can apply right away. If there are delays, the agency will inform you.
If you quit for a good cause in connection with the work, yes.
Yes, if you are sexually harassed at work, it is one of the main reasons state employment offices will consider you qualified to receive unemployment benefits.
You may be disqualified if you quit your job in Utah, according to the item "Denial of Benefits" in the Related Link below.
No, you must be terminated to receive unemployment. you left your job. that means you are not entitle to receive anything from the government.
No. You receive unemployment BECAUSE you have no job.
Most states allow a worker to quit and receive benefits if it was for good reason and connected to the job, which it appears to be the case here.
Generally speaking, a person cannot receive benefits if they voluntarily quit employment due to personal reasons not attributable to the work.
if i resign from my job for medical reasons in the state of indiana can i receive unemployment benefits
Yes indeed you can and you can get unemployment benefits, but you'll get penalized if quit voluntarily.
I don't see why you would have to quit school. It looks like you are putting everything in reverse order. Are you trying to quit school so you can get a job in order to quit the job and get unemployment?
Yes. Refer to the Related Link below under the heading "You may receive benefits if:"