Yes, but you will need to report your gross earnings each week and continue to search for other suitable employment. Gross earnings are deducted in the following way:
You are not eligible for benefits if you work for an employer or in selfemployment 32 hours or more in a week even if your gross weekly earnings are less than your weekly benefit amount.
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