Jobseeker's Allowance

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  • Info Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA) is a form of unemployment benefit paid by the Government of the United Kingdom to people who are unemployed and actively seeking work. more...
  • There are two forms of Jobseeker's Allowance, contribution-based and income-based.
  • You cannot get this together with any other Contributory Benefit or Jobseeker's Allowance.
  • After school, he studied printing, electronic publishing, and multimedia technology before taking Jobseeker's Allowance.
  • In certain cases, a claimant's Jobseeker's Allowance may be stopped.
  • Volunteers can claim Jobseeker's Allowance, and receive a travel allowance.
  • Crisis argued that single homeless people would be the hardest hit because they would not be entitled to any other income support from the state - other than their Jobseeker's Allowance.
  • This replaces Jobseeker's Allowance payments and he need no longer "sign on" at the JobCentre.
  • Explore Learning also offer scholarship places to support lower income families who qualify for either Income Support or Income-Based Jobseeker's Allowance.
  • Changes would be made to the Jobseeker's Allowance and welfare to work systems, including a rule that receipt of benefits would be conditional on willingness to work.
  • Around 10% of residents claim Jobseeker's Allowance; this is double the Gateshead average and is the highest figure in the borough.
  • Alongside the tougher medical tests, he proposes requiring all people receiving Jobseeker's Allowance to join a return to work programme and prevent people who refuse a job offer while on benefits from claiming for three years.
  • An advert appeared on the Jobseekers' Plus website in which Tesco sought permanent workers in exchange for expenses and jobseeker's allowance.
  • After graduating they moved to Cambridge, where they claimed Jobseeker's Allowance, spending two years rehearsing before signing a deal with Infectious Records in December 2011.
  • Men who reach the women's State Pension age (currently just over 63 years; men's is 65) can still claim Jobseeker's Allowance, but must remain actively seeking work.
  • After the Labour Party came to power in 1997, they introduced the back to work New Deal service for those on Jobseeker's Allowance, requiring claimants to attend vocational training or risk losing their benefit.
  • If the worker was able to prove that they had worked legally for at least a 12 month period (without a break in employment of more than 30 days) then they gained the ability to claim social security benefits such as Jobseeker's Allowance.
  • A woman cannot get statutory sick pay, sickness benefits, jobseeker's allowance or carer's allowance at the same time as SMP, but might get income support or housing benefits, or more than before, if their income will be lower.
  • In December 2013 the Sunday World and Sunday Life printed photos of Bryson claiming Jobseeker's Allowance before going to work at a taxi office.
  • The popular perception of the British Civil Service is played up, with registering as a "Temp" being strangely similar to applying for Jobseeker's Allowance or other benefits.
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