Based on that theory, the authors predict that, ceteris paribus, states with more liberal eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits
and welfare will have more and longer strikes--hypotheses that are tested in Chapter 6 on data for 1960-74.
can include Jobseeker's Allowance, or people claiming Universal Credit who are required to seek work.
There are no "chronic" recipients of unemployment benefit
in Kyrgyzstan," she noted.
Combined with state unemployment benefits
, it provides up to 50% of former weekly salary when an individual is involuntarily unemployed.
The biggest annual decrease in the payment of unemployment benefits
was in April 2014 when it dropped 68.1% year-on-year.
are only available to those who lost a job through no fault of their own.
One possible reason is the extension of unemployment benefits
from their usual 26-week limit to a period as long as 99 weeks.
Wellington, July 17 ( ANI ): Former New Zealand Test cricketer Mathew Sinclair is seeking unemployment benefits
following retirement from top-level cricket.
A wholly unemployed frontier worker can obtain unemployment benefit
from the social security system in his country of residence except in cases where he/she falls under the transitory system of a 2004 regulation coordinating national social security systems in the EU.
Many economists are expecting April's employment report to be similar to the past two months, even with the previous week's increase in unemployment benefit
In Poland unemployment benefit
is as little as pounds 130 a month.
He now claims that the rise in the numbers on unemployment benefit
shows there are too many people on benefits.