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Old April 20th, 2010, 01:58 AM   #16 (permalink)
aaron.adley
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Aiesha,
u need to apply for unemployment in the state of the job. since u are moving out of state u may not qualify. the state u are moving to probably will not pay u since u have not paid in to their systems.
Unemployment is a state program.

may i suggest a reading of '48 days to work u love' d.miller . a good book for going forward and plenty of fresh reference material.

the other one is 'total money make over' d.ramsey helps our folks retain their cash.
spending less and getting more value from their paychecks.

our associates have a mandatory read of the books.
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