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➤ Can I still receive unemployment if I choose not to work because I do not want to risk going to work during a state order to stay at home?

In most cases, no. As of right now, unemployment benefits are available to people who are totally or partially unemployed due to no fault of their own.

If you have not been directed to self-quarantine yourself by your employer or a health official and are choosing not to work, you are not eligible for unemployment benefits.

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Apprenticeships help business.

Apprentices are great for business: helps recruit and develop a highly skilled work force; improves productivity and the bottom line; provides opportunities for tax credits and employee tuition benefits in some states; reduces turnover costs and increases employee retention; and creates industry-driven, flexible training solutions for local and national needs. Learn More

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