What if your unemployment claim was bogus?
It’s one of the most common complaints among unemployed people and a common one.
The number of people who complain about bogus unemployment claims jumped by 1.8 million last month, according to data from the Labor Department.
And the latest numbers suggest the real number is closer to 30 million, or about 3.5% of the workforce.
While there is no clear-cut reason for the spike in bogus claims, the number of claims has been rising steadily for years.
“We’ve been seeing this for a while,” says Brian Molloy, director of the National Employment Law Project.
“It’s very common, and people are being more open about it.
People don’t want to feel bad about it, and it’s very hard to do the right thing.
One of the biggest ways that people get fooled is the job site.
They can’t find the job that they were looking for on the site.
Or they may have a mistake on the form, or they may just have been looking at someone else’s job, or something else.
There are so many ways people get this, and if they don’t do their research they will end up with a false claim.”
The Labor Department says about 2.5 million people are currently unemployed, and nearly a third of them are people who have been laid off.
The number of job openings has increased by a record 1.4 million in the past year, and employers have been hiring more people to fill the openings.
But the unemployment rate remains well below where it was in late 2008.
So, what is the truth?
While the number one complaint people have about bogus claims is that they are hard to find, that’s not necessarily the truth.
According to the Labor Office, the unemployment gap between job seekers and job vacancies is closer than it has ever been, at 7.1 percentage points.
In recent years, the gap has narrowed, though.
Still, the Labor Bureau says people can get caught up in the fraud.
For example, people can use their Social Security numbers as proof of unemployment, and also try to use social security numbers to get into public housing or public college.
If someone uses someone else, they could end up in a legal fight with the IRS over their tax refund.
These types of tactics can be used by fraudsters to try to make money.
On a related note, if someone does get caught, they have the option of filing a claim for unemployment.
This option can save a lot of time and money, especially if the claim is for something like a missed work opportunity or a lost job.
When you’re searching for a job, you can find a job posting or a job board and sign up to be interviewed.
You can also apply to a job at one of many companies that offer paid work or internships, and you can get an interview.
Even if you don’t get hired, you’ll still have to pay your rent, utilities, and other expenses.
That means if you have to take out a loan to pay for a place to live, you might have to work a little harder to make ends meet.
However, you don’st have to give up your savings.
Many people will borrow money to pay their rent, and when the time comes to pay off the loan, the loan will still be in your bank account.
Some people will put a part of the amount they borrowed on a savings account.
It’s called a credit card or a “debit card.”
“There’s a whole lot of ways that someone can get involved in a job that is fraudulent,” Mollow says.
To avoid being caught, you should always look for job postings on websites like Craigslist, where you can easily see what employers are looking for.
Another tip is to look for a company that offers paid work.
Companies like JobBuilder, JobShare, and Indeed have created sites like JobMatch that can help you narrow down your search.
Check the company website and the job posting for the name of the company, the name and address of the job, and a phone number.
Also, try to call or email the company directly, and ask if they have a website.
JobMatch also has a site where you could see the job postings in person and submit your application.
What if you do get hired?
When it comes to hiring, the vast majority of people will not be paid.
People will still need to take some out-of-pocket expenses, like mortgage payments or child care.
Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean you won’t make money off the job.
It just means you might not be getting as much money as you thought you would.
First, make sure you don,t make false claims.
Don’t lie on the application.
Don’t pretend to