What to Do When You’re Unemployed and How You Can Get Help

What to Do When You’re Unemployed and How You Can Get Help
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If you’ve lost your job, you’re not without help. You may be eligible for unemployment benefits and tax breaks.

Losing your job is an unfortunate and daunting thing, and it could happen when you least expect it. Finding a new job can also take some time. However, the government has a few safety nets. Use this checklist to take advantage of programs that can help you while you’re getting back on your feet.

Losing your job can be disheartening, but you’re not alone. These programs can help offer you a little peace of mind and help you make ends meet while you find a new role.

Check out these five tips to get your job search back on track.

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