The Investigators: What Mid-Southerners Need to Know When Federal Unemployment Assistance Ends

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The Investigators: What Mid-Southerners Need to Know When Federal Unemployment Assistance Ends
By Jessica Jaglois | July 1, 2020 at 9:37 PM CDT – Updated July 2 at 5:53 AM

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Mid-Southerners who rely on unemployment money will soon lose a large amount of their benefits near the end of the month. Make sure to click here to read Alan’s newest featured article during the coronavirus pandemic.

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One thing that most people have had to deal with during the coronavirus pandemic is the need for unemployment benefits. Alan Crone sits down with WMC in Memphis to talk about what people should be ready to handle when federal unemployment ends. It is a really scary thought that at some point the extra bump of federal unemployment benefits may go away soon. People need to step up and look for work in any way that they can. We are hopefully turning a corner with the pandemic. We should be able to try to help our fellow Memphians and Americans to get them jobs.

One way we can all help each other to encourage one another to find work, even in the most daunting of circumstances. That will help us get through this together and come out ahead better than ever!

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