INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb reinstated work-search activities requiring that unemployment insurance claimants actively seek employment and be available for work.
To be eligible for unemployment benefits, claimants must attempt to secure full-time work in each week they claim benefits. That requirement was suspended during the pandemic.
Based on the most recent data, Indiana employers have posted more than 115,000 job openings around the state.
More information about the weekly work searches can be found at: www.in.gov/dwd/indiana-unemployment/individuals/work-search/.
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