How Long Can You Receive Unemployment?

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In the United States the average amount of time unemployment benefits can be collected is 26 weeks. There are some states that can get up to 30 weeks, you would need to contact your local office to determine your states benefit limits.
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United States workers who are out of work due to no fault of their own are eligible for unemployment benefits for up to 26 weeks. When the unemployment rate is high, benefits may be paid for additional weeks... More »
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