Hoosiers who have lost their job due to COVID-19 may be eligible for an additional 13 weeks of unemployment insurance benefits.
Week after week some Hoosiers continue to see no money deposited when they check the status of their unemployment claims.
The state will have an extra 100 people handling unemployment calls Tuesday after a third-party company was hired to speed up payments. That is welcome news for two Hoosiers who told RTV6 they are waiting for to receive their benefits after they applied more than two weeks ago. According to the Indiana Department of Workforce […]
Thousands of Hoosiers are without jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Unemployment numbers are rising and are expected to continue to climb as only essential jobs are allowed to continue working. A year ago the numbers told a different story when it came to unemployment in Indiana. Only 3,100 people filed for unemployment benefits this […]
With a lot of Hoosiers without jobs and are in need of funding. It is being asked that you DO NOT drive to a Workforce location but instead file for unemployment benefits online @ IN.GOV https://www.in.gov/dwd/3474.htm If you or somebody you know aren’t able to file online your instructed to call 1-800-891-6499 or 317-232-7560 Source: […]
August 2016 was Chicago’s deadliest month in nearly two decades, leaving the city’s streets riddled with shell casings and bloodshed from mostly African-American bodies. According to the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics, an astonishing 474 people were victims of homicide in 2016. In August alone, there were 92 deaths, a number slightly lower than July 1993 […]
It’s no secret there are racial disparities when it comes to unemployment in America. The Black unemployment rate has consistently been double the amount for Whites. A new study released by the Board of Labor statistics revealed that the gap is still prevalent regardless of education status. The jobless rate for Blacks with a college degree had […]
According to a new study, the nation’s capital is leading the country in Black unemployment.
16-year-old Amandla Stenberg is launching a new comic book series called "NIOBE: She is Life;" a coming of age narrative about a woman of color.
A state panel appointed by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo recommended a $6.25 increase in hourly wage for fast-food workers Wednesday, bringing minimum wage to…