Jobseeker's Allowance

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Jobseeker's Allowance

A welfare benefit in the United Kingdom for unemployed persons who are looking for a job. It is available to all unemployed persons of working age (the exact age depends on the minimum age for the state pension). In order to be eligible, one must present oneself to a job center every two weeks to prove one is looking for work. The Jobseeker's Allowance traces its origins to 1911.
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The biggest percentage increases in the number of 16 to 24-year-olds claiming JSA since February 2008 were in Belfast (up 3.
When developing a JSA a company should ask these questions:
Unfortunately, the need for the JSA has not abated during our first year of existence.
Those who don't qualify for contribution-based JSA will be assessed for income-based JSA, which takes into account you and your partner's hours of work, income and savings.
On the South Korean side of the JSA, the United Nations Command Security Battalion-Joint Security Area Battalion, provides security.
Fortunately for the JSA, there is now another yokozuna to fill in while Asashoryu waits out his suspension (if he doesn't leave the pros entirely): Hakuho is a baby-faced, easygoing Mongolian who reeled off two straight tourney victories in March and May to earn promotion to sumo's highest rank.
Describing the country's seafaring sector as vital to human resource services in her administration's fight against poverty, Arroyo in her letter of appreciation thanked the JSA for its continued support in employing and training Filipino sailors.
The JSA comprises about 100 maritime firms nationwide and aims at promoting fair business activities in the shipping industry.
After receiving an owner's design-911 call, JSA Inc.
The reduction in off premises crime is the hallmark of the JSA report.
In a brief meeting with Ota at her office in Osaka, Tokitsukaze explained that the JSA wishes to stick to its policy of ''preserving sumo's traditional culture'' by protecting the ''men only'' tradition in the ancient Japanese sport.
JSA Chairman Bart De Schutter revealed that ten million people are listed on the SIS, the data base used by Schengen Member States.