Millions of Americans are filing for unemployment because of coronavirus-related layoffs. You can apply for unemployment benefits if you’ve been laid off, furloughed, your hours have been reduced to zero, or if you’re a part-time employee. You can apply for unemployment benefits if you’ve been laid off, furloughed, your hours have been reduced to zero, or if you’re a part-time employee. Here’s a simple guide to filing for unemployment benefits.
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How To File For Unemployment If You Lose Your Job During The Coronavirus Pandemic