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Unemployment Benefits

Understand your State Unemployment Benefits

We have created a streamlined unemployment guide to support you in understanding your state-specific unemployment benefit information. From here, you can easily access your state agency website and phone number to learn more details, determine personal eligibility and file an unemployment claim with your state.

The information provided below does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice, or guarantee eligibility for unemployment compensation; instead, all content available below is for general reference. Decisions about eligibility for benefits and amounts are made solely by state agencies. Accuracy of this information cannot be guaranteed and is subject to change. For the most accurate eligibility and benefits information you are advised to contact your state unemployment agency.

Updated as of 2/3/21

The Unemployment Insurance (UI) provisions, as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, reauthorize and extend three temporary unemployment benefits created under the CARES Act: Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC), Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC).

For more state-specific guidance related to Unemployment Insurance, please refer to the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Support (FPUC) Fact Sheet and/or check with your state unemployment agency.

State Unemployment Guide

Compensation range for your weekly benefit amount

Weekly benefit amount estimation

Maximum number of weeks of state unemployment benefits

Summary of eligibility for state unemployment (refer to your state agency for complete details)

State Agency Contact Information