I read a question along these lines. What I was wondering is how does work affect unemployment. I know they take out money from your unemployment check if you have income, but do you ever lose it? I would like to substitute teach, I have a BSW, but it is only for the school year and not full time so I dont want to lose unemployment and be screwed during the summer and when I dont work. There are no jobs here...Answer Question
You have to report any work you have done when doing your weekly or bi weekly and they will take it out or you can lose it.
Answer by Anonymous at 3:24 PM on Mar. 7, 2009
They have a spot that you record any income. So if you work say 1 day they will then calcuate what you are owed for the remaining portion of the week. Depending on how much you bring home with unemployment is what determines the cut off of income you can make in a given week.
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