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  2. Unemployment insurance in the United States - Wikipedia

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    t. e. Unemployment insurance in the United States, colloquially referred to as unemployment benefits, refers to social insurance programs which replace a portion of wages for individuals during unemployment. The first unemployment insurance program in the U.S. was created in Wisconsin in 1932, and the federal Social Security Act of 1935 created ...

  3. Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development - Wikipedia

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    The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development ( DWD) is an agency of the Wisconsin state government responsible for providing services to Wisconsin workers, employers, and job-seekers to meet Wisconsin's workforce needs. To effect its mission, the Department administers unemployment benefits and workers' compensation programs for the state ...

  4. Unemployment claims in Wisconsin increased last week ... - AOL

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    U.S. unemployment claims rose to 214,000 last week, up 25,000 claims from 189,000 the week prior on a seasonally adjusted basis. Wisconsin saw the largest percentage increase in weekly claims ...

  5. Frictional unemployment - Wikipedia

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    Frictional unemployment is a form of unemployment reflecting the gap between someone voluntarily leaving a job and finding another. As such, it is sometimes called search unemployment, though it also includes gaps in employment when transferring from one job to another. [1]

  6. Wisconsin Unemployment Guide - AOL

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  7. 4 Myths About Unemployment Insurance Benefits - AOL

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    The unemployment insurance system is financed through payroll taxes that go into the federal and state unemployment insurance funds. So, there’s no need to worry about qualifying for fewer ...

  8. Jobless claims - Wikipedia

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    Jobless claims. Initial jobless claims are a data point issued by the U.S. Department of Labor as part of its weekly Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report. Initial jobless claims refer to claims for unemployment benefits filed by unemployed individuals with state unemployment agencies. Initial claims should not be confused with the number ...

  9. Scams stealing government benefits like unemployment ... - AOL

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    Identity theft to receive government benefits — typically unemployment insurance — shot up 82% in 2023, according to a ConsumerAffairs analysis of Federal Trade Commission data, topping 82,000 ...