Coronavirus Unemployment: CBS13 Answering Frequently Asked QuestionsFrom EDD’s state unemployment to the $600 federal stimulus unemployment, to the new pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) program, the guidance is changing by the day, and the most common question we get is: "When will I get my money?"
Coronavirus Update: Expert Predicts Unemployment Rate Will Reach Record HighOne expert told CBS13 he sees state unemployment rates reaching an unprecedented 20% by the summer.
Coronavirus Unemployment Application Problems: Lessons Learned So FarSome of the first people who filed for unemployment during the pandemic are getting their claims approved — and denied.
Record 6.6M Americans Filed For Unemployment Benefits Last WeekThe last three weeks have marked one of the most devastating periods in history for the American job market, as first-time claims for unemployment benefits have surged more than 3,000% since early March.
Coronavirus Unemployment Concerns: EDD Printing Errors?As if applying for unemployment wasn’t nerve-wracking enough, CBS13 has learned of printing errors on some letters from the Employment Development Department (EDD) that are causing confusion, undue stress and potentially compromising peoples identities.
Coronavirus: How Much Could You Get On Unemployment?Most of the more than one million Californians who have applied for unemployment during the COVID-19 pandemic know that their state unemployment check won’t entirely replace their paycheck.
Coronavirus: Unemployment Help for the Self-EmployedWhile millions of Americans now qualify for unemployment benefits and disability, millions who are self-employed don’t.
Job Openings Matches Number Of Unemployed For First Time In DecadesAccording to a new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employers were advertising openings for 6.55 million positions in March. The May 8 release adds that 6.59 million Americans were unemployed at that time
US Unemployment Rate Below 4% For The First Time Since 2000The unemployment rate dropped below 4% in April for the first time since 2000. The Labor Department reported Friday that it fell to 3.9% — inching closer to territory not seen in half a century.
Best Places For Computer Classes In SacramentoVirtually every sector of the economy uses technology to operate, so computer skills are critical to get hired or advance one’s career. Read on for some of the best computer classes offered in the Sacramento area.