New Hampshire unemployment guide

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In the state of New Hampshire, the unemployment insurance program is administered through the Department of Employment Security. New Hampshire offers online unemployment insurance claim filing, and their UI office can be reached by calling 1-800-852-3400 or by using the official links below:


New Hampshire unemployment insurance program.

Unemployment pay.

Eligibility: Learn about the unemployment insurance eligibility requirements for New Hampshire. If you are eligible, you can start filing for New Hampshire unemployment insurance today.
Filing: Learn how to file for New Hampshire unemployment insurance.
Assistance: Need assistance in filing for a claim or understanding how the New Hampshire unemployment program works? You can find help here.
FAQs: These are frequently asked questions concerning the New Hampshire unemployment insurance program, viewing them will help you better understand the claim process and become familiar with the terminology.
Website: This is the official New Hampshire unemployment insurance website. You can get information related to the unemployment insurance program that includes who is eligible for compensation and how to claim your unemployment benefits.

New Hampshire job training and re-training initiatives.

Training programs.

Training: This is the official New Hampshire online resource for approved training programs. You can find training providers and schools, training and education programs, financial assistance links, and online learning resources.

New Hampshire job openings and career options.

Job openings.

Jobs: This is the official New Hampshire job listing and re-employment website. You can perform current job searches, submit resumes, and receive state resources designed to help you get back to work quickly.
Veterans: New Hampshire has granted preference to veterans for government positions and training programs. The US government also has a great online resource for hiring veterans, go to www.FedsHireVets.gov to learn more.
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