"When you get Job Seeker's Allowance
- there's a clue there in the name, job seeker's allowance
- you are paid that to make sure you are doing all you can do to get a job."
All that a lower level of job seeker's allowance
for the North West would achieve is limit the areas in which people here can apply for work.
Claire Considine, head of Bordesley Green Girls School, said new fee remission rules meant only Job Seeker's Allowance
or Employment Support Allowance claimants could have free classes.
Moira Hook Ingatestone, Essex WHY can't a man or woman who has paid taxes and National Insurance claim job seeker's allowance
if looking for new employment?
But the Office for National Statistics revised the number of people claiming Job Seeker's Allowance
in February, which showed a rise of 600, instead of a previously reported fall of 2,800.
By giving advice in person and on the phone, Lisa can help clients claim attendance allowance, pension credit, disability living allowance, job seeker's allowance
and other benefits they may not know they are entitled to.
I FELT compelled to write to you after reading your article about Job Seeker's Allowance
. I get double this amount as a single parent and believe me, it is not easy.
If you live on your own and are in good health, the obvious benefits for you to claim would be Job Seeker's Allowance
According to the Prince's Trust, the number of 16 to 24-year-olds picking up Job Seeker's allowance
for more than six months has spiralled by 420% in Newcastle over the last four years.
Of those, 794,300 were claiming Job Seeker's Allowance
- the lowest since the summer of 1975.
She never told officials about her job when she claimed income support then job seeker's allowance
At a hearing in December, the former full-back, who had to give up football in 1998 after a back operation, had admitted claiming pounds 3,294 in job seeker's allowance
and pounds 409 in council tax benefit while working as a presenter for MUTV - United's TV station.