STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Job Service North Dakota official will testify before Congress
BISMARCK--The executive director of Job Service North Dakota is slated to testify before Congress this week.
Maren Daley will share her experiences working with North Dakotas reemployment efforts and... Posted on 10/5/11 at 9:34 AM
Job Service North Dakota says it has begun accepting applications for the latest extension of unemployment benefits.
The federal government earlier this month approved the extension for almost 2 million people out of work nearly a year or more.
North Dakotans whose income has been interrupted by the flood disaster can now tap into a new federal aid program, North Dakota Job Service officials said Monday.
The new Disaster Unemployment Assistance program is for people in the 26 counties in the presidential-declared disaster areas and applies to not just wage earners who lost work and income, but also self-employed persons, including farmers, said Job Service Director Maren Daley.
Daley announced the program to legislators and other officials at a meeting Monday morning.
N.D. Capitol Bureau
, April 14, 2009
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