When is NYS unemployment ending?
Up to 20 weeks of EB* (Ends 9/5/2021) September 6, 2021 and later. 26 weeks of regular UI. * The number of available weeks of EB was dependent upon New York State’s unemployment rate. From August 9, 2021 through September 5, 2021 this program was available for a maximum of 13 weeks. The EB program fully ended on September 5, 2021.
Did NYS unemployment end?
Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits will continue to be paid to eligible claimants. To be considered eligible for UI after September 5, 2021, a claimant must be unemployed AND be in the first 26 weeks (or 104 effective days) of benefits. Claimants can find their effective days remaining in their online Payment History.
What is the New York unemployment rate?
Unemployment Rate in New York. (NYUR) Dec 2021: 6.2 | Percent | Monthly | Updated: Jan 26, 2022. Observation: Dec 2021: 6.2 (+ more) Updated: Jan 26, 2022.
How long does unemployment benefits last in New York State?
Though New York State residents may receive standard benefits for a maximum of 52 weeks, Unemployment Insurance recipients may only receive their full benefits payments for 26 weeks, or a period of six months. Three options exist for receiving benefits.