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Unemployment benefits are available to eligible workers in every state who become unemployed through no fault of their own, and meet certain criteria. Benefits are typically paid on a weekly basis, at a certain percentage of your past earnings, for a set period of time (usually up to 26 weeks).
Workers in most states are eligible for unemployment benefits if their earnings meet certain minimum criteria, if they were laid off, quit for good cause, or were fired for anything other than misconduct. Most states require that you must be actively looking for a suitable job. However, if you are unable to work due to a disability that is verified by a doctor, then there are other benefits available to you.