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Old 01-09-2016, 10:33 AM
 
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I am a bit confused about California EDD as anyone else is I'm sure.

My question is this: I'm collecting unemployment right now. I have an offer to sub no more than 25 hours per week. This will be more than I'm making on unemployment, so I will essentially be not collecting unemployment until I'm not working again.....well, if I take the "job" will I be able to restart unemployment benefits again? Even during breaks, holidays, etc.? (Also, my last I got laid off from was as a secretary for a school. That's why I am collecting EDD benefits) can I just refuse the job because it's not the field I want to be working in? Also, my benefits will end sometime in March I think.

I want what's right and fair. I want to work but I don't want my benefits to be denied because now I'm a "sub".
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