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    how do i calculate my pa umemployment

    I am being layed off as of june 1st. How do I calculate how much I will get in unemployment in the state of Pa.?

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    YOU do not, The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, is the state department  responsible for calculating your rate, based on a set percentage of your past ANNUAL earnings, up to the maximum allowable weekly payment of $573, equal to over $14.30 an hour.  The money comes from the Unemployment taxes paid by employers.


    The maximum unemployment benefits allowable in Pennsylvania is $14,898  over the course of 26.  You can then reapply for up to a total of 72 WEEKS.   Back in the day the term was only 90 days, at around $250 a week, with a maximum of 26 weeks..


     



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