Can I Work Part Time And Still Receive Benefits?

You are considered unemployed in any calendar week during which you performed no work and earned no wages or worked less than full­time and were paid less than your weekly benefit amount. If you work part­time and/or earn less than your weekly benefit amount, you must contact the Telephone Claim Center for further instructions.

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