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Depends on why you quit. If you quit because of unfair labor practices, unsafe work conditions, discrimination, and stuff like that and you can prove your claim then you should be entitled. If you quit because you didnt like it or got tired of working then no you are not.
Not sure where your based. If you are in the UK - you will be entitled to unemployment benefit based on the fact that there is no longer and income coming in.
If you have kids, you'd have extra benefit too.
(subject to status)
I quit a health-related job once and was awarded UI benefits, because of the hostile work environment, illegal activities in the practice, failure of the principal to pay UI premiums for 20 years, and malpractice, among other things. Thus, I think it depends on your reasons and your state regulations.
by Sarah Anderson4 years ago
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Do you really make more money with a college degree these days?
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