How Many Months Do I Need to Work to Collect Unemployment Compensation in Florida?

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The number of months that you need to work to collect unemployment compensation in Florida is basically 6. However, Florida goes by 'calendar quarters' of which you must have worked at least 2. You also need to have made at least $3,400 during that time.
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