Officials say the massive 25 million dollar revamp of the system should enable more people to get the help they need.But, 19 News continues to receive calls from desperate people, trying to get through to talk to a live agent.
Starting on Friday, April 24, Ohioans who are unemployed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but didn’t qualify for regular unemployment benefits, can begin pre-registering for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA).
Unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic is climbing week by week and millions of Americans have been left without jobs. Now people who depend on seasonal work for income or as a second job to help pay the bills may be in for a tough job search too.
Things were looking up for college students about to head into the job market, until the coronavirus pandemic hit. But now the class of 2020 will graduate into the worst economy in generations since the Great Depression.
Millions of Americans are worried about their retirement savings now that we are in a recession.We talked to a financial coach to find out how the CARES Act affects what you can do with your retirement savings.
Young people 18 to 34 years old are disproportionately losing their jobs as millions of Americans grapple with unemployment from the coronavirus crisis. Financial First Aid takes a look at why that is and how you can get ahead if you're one of them.
Americans across the country are stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic. But that doesn’t mean you have to stop learning, or trying to learn a new skill for free. Many universities have opened up some of their online courses for free.
Millions of Americans are working from home, or not working at all, during the coronavirus pandemic. And that means people are driving much less. Because of that, some auto insurance companies are actually giving money back to their customers.