The American Rescue Plan signed by President Joe Biden will extend unemployment benefits and result in millions of Americans receiving a $1,400 stimulus check.
Most states will begin distributing benefits in the middle of the month. At least 11 states are beginning this week to pay the extra $300 in weekly unemployment benefits under the $900 billion stimulus agreement signed at the end of 2020. New York, California, Arizona, Tennessee and North Carolina are the states that as of…
Here you can check the increase to the minimum wage state by state. The labor market is failing to emerge from the crisis, with hundreds of thousands of new unemployment claims every week and federal government aid delayed, but there is good news for some workers in the country.
California’s new unemployment benefits application system is experiencing long waiting times, and tens of thousands of unemployed people who applied did not complete the process in its first six days, many probably because they were unable to do so, state officials said Wednesday.