Many states have started to pull back on unemployment benefits as job openings increase in numbers while reopening continues.
The goal with slashing benefits is to try and get people to fill the job openings that have grown.
The following states have limited unemployment benefits
- North Carolina
The number of weeks you can get unemployment benefits will soon be limited for Iowa, Kentucky, and West Virginia.
In this state, unemployment benefits will be slashed from 26 weeks to 16.
There are 86,000 open jobs right now.
The most people with no dependents can get is $531 per week.
This state has slashed unemployment benefits from 26 weeks to 12 weeks.
The unemployment rate sits at 4.2%.
The most people can get per week is $552.
This state has slashed the number of weeks you can receive benefits from 26 weeks to 12.
The most the state will pay is $424 per week.
The average weekly minimum wage is $328.
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