How much is the unemployment pay in Michigan?


The amount of unemployment you are paid per week in Michigan is based on the pay you were receiving at your previous job. Usually, you are not paid as much as what you were at your old job.
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More than any other factor, your previous wages determine how much you will receive in unemployment. Most states count back through the last five calendar quarters before you filed
As of 2010, in New Jersey you will receive about 60% of your average weekly paycheck, for the base year, up to a maximum of $600. See the Related Link below for more information.
Unemployment is paid based on the salary that you have made within the last year and
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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 »
How much unemployment pay in Michigan is is based on many things. Some of those things are your previous income amounts and if you are eligible now for benefits. They multiply the highest amount of wages you made in a quarter by 4.1%. You can find more information here:
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