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Maximum Weekly Unemployment Benefits By State - 2014

List of State Unemployment Compensation Benefits

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Maximum Weekly Unemployment Benefits By State - 2014

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Updated: January 9, 2014: The following is a list of the current maximum weekly unemployment compensation benefits for each U.S. state for 2014. Rates may change mid-year for some states.

Keep in mind that individual benefits vary based on your earnings record, your claim year and the level of benefits you are receiving. In addition, some states provide dependent unemployment compensation for unemployed workers with dependent children and/or spouses.

Check with your state unemployment office for eligibility criteria and unemployment benefit calculators for your state.

Maximum Weekly Unemployment Benefits for 2014

  • Alabama - $265
  • Alaska - $370
  • Arizona - $240
  • Arkansas - $451
  • California - $450
  • Colorado - $529
  • Connecticut - $590
  • Delaware - $330
  • District of Columbia - $405
  • Florida - $275
  • Georgia - $330
  • Hawaii - $560
  • Idaho - $336
  • Illinois - $413
  • Indiana - $390
  • Iowa - $459
  • Kansas - $420
  • Kentucky - $415
  • Louisiana - $247
  • Maine - $378
  • Maryland - $430
  • Massachusetts - $674
  • Michigan - $362
  • Minnesota - $629
  • Mississippi - $235
  • Missouri - $320
  • Montana - $464
  • Nebraska - $362
  • Nevada - $407
  • New Hampshire - $427
  • New Jersey - $624
  • New Mexico - $397
  • New York - $450
  • North Carolina - $350
  • North Dakota - $470
  • Ohio - $564
  • Oklahoma - $440
  • Oregon - $538
  • Pennsylvania - $573
  • Puerto Rico - $133
  • Rhode Island - $566
  • South Carolina - $326
  • South Dakota - $345
  • Tennessee - $275
  • Texas - $454
  • Utah - $479
  • Vermont - $425
  • Virginia - $378
  • Virgin Islands - $454
  • Washington - $624
  • West Virginia - $424
  • Wisconsin - $370 (effective 2/14)
  • Wyoming - $471

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