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Arizona posted one of the sharpest unemployment drops in the country in May — but unemployment is still higher than its been in nearly a decade.
Additional unemployment insurance benefits were approved by Congress in March, but thousands of Arizonans are still waiting for help.
Despite approval in late March, DES still hasn’t announced when Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation will be available.
Arizonans can lose their unemployment benefits for choosing not to return to work unless they fall into a list of pandemic-related situations.
Many Arizonans and people across the U.S. are still waiting for unemployment checks. With rent due today, many are stressing as the pandemic continues.
The CARES Act expanded eligibility for unemployment in late March, but many workers in Arizona won't see payments until mid-May.