Maximum Weeks of State Unemployment Insurance Benefits Available

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Great graphic from the CBPP on unemployment insurance benefit duration (in weeks) by state. Unemployment insurance (UI) benefits are state administered and generally most workers are eligible for up to 26 weeks. Two states that provide more than this – Montana (28 weeks) and Massachusetts (30 weeks). However there are 8 states that provide fewer than this, so not the best places to be unemployed. There are also no longer any federal benefits available with the expiry of the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program. For more details on maximum state UI benefit amounts and websites see this article.


maximum number of weeks of unemployment insurance benefits available in each state.

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Anderson July 10

Pa deducts any retirement other than SS from your weekly benefit amount. [so my weekly benefit allowed in Pa was 0] What other States also deduct any “retirement other than SS” I know NY, but can not tell about others from reading their web pages?


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