The US government now has no other way but to extend the already existing California unemployment extension plan to another 13 months so that it will benefit people who lost their jobs recently...
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2011
With the State of Nevada continuing to top the unemployment charts at 12.1 percent unemployment rate, the second on this list is shockingly the state of California with and over all unemployment rate of 11.7 percent, state reports from Unemployment-Extension.Org.
The unemployment percentage in California comes a rude shock for the residents of California as the state houses some of the top universities in the USA.
The US government now has no other way but to extend the already existing California unemployment extension plan to another 13 months so that it will benefit people who lost their jobs recently. However, the California unemployment extension comes with some terms and conditions, which are stricter than the previous extensions.
Below are some key points given from Unemployment-Extension.Org about the California unemployment extension.
- There is no deadline for the unemployment extension as of now, but the extension may be withdrawn if the unemployment rates fall drastically.
- You must have collected all the benefits from the previous extension that ended at November 2009 to apply for this extension.
- You need to document your last 3 work search contacts on Continued Claim form.
- For the first two weeks after claiming California unemployment extension, you won’t be paid anything.
- Your last employers will not be charged even a penny for your California unemployment extension as this is entirely funded by the federal government.
It seems like the government is not willing to approve the unemployment extension claims of everyone who apply for it. So it becomes very important for you to go through all the documentation needed and the rules to be followed to make sure that your California unemployment extension claim goes through without a hitch.
For people who are brave enough, they would already have realized the fact that this is not the time to run after dream jobs and demand outrageous salaries. Stick to the basics, work hard and for long hours as the unemployment rates seem to remain the same for at least an year from now.