Saturday, November 21, 2009

Good News to Ohio Unemployment Beneficiaries

In this critical time, many Ohioans are faced with the staggering effects of high unemployment rate in the state. Many have made the step of filing for unemployment in Ohio as an initial relief to this bad situation.

Just last November 6, 2009, President Barack Obama signed a legislation that extends the unemployment benefits of applicants in all states for 14 weeks. With the high Ohio unemployment filing rates, together with other states with high unemployment rates, the state was given an additional 6 weeks of extended benefits. This means that Ohio residents who have used up their regular unemployment benefits may be qualified to a total of 20 weeks extended benefits.

This new legislation offers a reasonable respite for all Ohio residents to acquire extension of their benefit claims. It is for a good reason that this is given to them in the midst of the continuing decline in job employment. Ohioans are doing all their best to secure stable jobs but at the moment, some efforts are still unsuccessful.

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