How to get unemployment insurance in New Jersey: How much does it cost?
New Jersey unemployment insurance is an income-based program that helps low-income New Jerseyans get the money they need to pay for rent, utilities and food.
It’s available for people between the ages of 16 and 65.
It was introduced by Gov.
Chris Christie in July.
In the past, people who couldn’t find a job had to wait weeks or months before getting a job, but now they can get a job if they’re looking for one.
The program is set to expire in September 2018, so it’s time to start thinking about what your next move is.
Here are some tips to get started: If you have kids, you can get unemployment assistance to help cover expenses such as childcare, child care and clothing.
If you don’t have children, you might be eligible for unemployment insurance for yourself and your spouse or partner.
You can find out if you qualify for unemployment by visiting the New Jersey Department of Social Services website.