Find 19541 unemployment offices, including state, federal, and department of labor offices. Unemployment offices provide information on unemployment eligibility and status, compensation, and filing weekly unemployment claims or benefits.
Reading Unemployment Office 501 Crescent Avenue Reading PA 19605 9.8 miles from 19541 610-988-1300
Pottsville Unemployment Office 203 East Arch Street Pottsville PA 17901 16.4 miles from 19541 570-622-5253
Lebanon Unemployment Office 243 Schneider Drive Lebanon PA 17046 22.6 miles from 19541 717-274-2554
Jim Thorpe Unemployment Office 69 Broadway Jim Thorpe PA 18229 30.2 miles from 19541 570-325-2701
Hazleton Unemployment Office 75 North Laurel Street Hazleton PA 18201 32.6 miles from 19541 570-459-3854
Allentown Unemployment Office 1601 Union Boulevard Allentown PA 18109 32.8 miles from 19541 610-437-5627
Lancaster Unemployment Office 1016 North Charlotte Street Lancaster PA 17603 33.5 miles from 19541 717-509-5613
Coatesville Unemployment Office 250 Harmony Street Coatesville PA 19320 36.5 miles from 19541 610-384-9393
Bloomsburg Unemployment Office 351 Tenny Street Bloomsburg PA 17815 41.3 miles from 19541 570-387-6288
Norristown Unemployment Office 1855 New Hope Street Norristown PA 19401 45.1 miles from 19541 610-270-3429
Phillipsburg Unemployment Office 75 South Main Street Phillipsburg NJ 08865 45.7 miles from 19541 908-859-0400
Harrisburg Unemployment Office 100 North Cameron Street Harrisburg PA 17101 47.0 miles from 19541 717-783-3270
Sunbury Unemployment Office 225 Market Street Sunbury PA 17801 47.7 miles from 19541 570-988-7300
York Unemployment Office 841 Vogelsong Road York PA 17404 51.6 miles from 19541 717-767-7600
Wilkes Barre Unemployment Office 32 East Union Street Wilkes-Barre PA 18701 53.2 miles from 19541
Tannersville Unemployment Office 2937 Pennsylvania 611 Tannersville PA 18372 53.7 miles from 19541 570-620-2850
The funding for unemployment benefits comes from a combination of federal and state unemployment insurance taxes. The taxes are paid by employers, and they are based on the amount of wages paid to employees. Some government employers and non-profit organizations are exempt from unemployment insurance taxes.
Applicants should file for benefits as soon as possible after becoming unemployed. Most states allow applicants to file claims both in person or using an online application, though a follow-up interview is almost always required. Applicants should be prepared to provide basic contact and identity verification documentation, as well as earnings history and an explanation of how they became unemployed.
If an applicant's work hours are reduced to less than full-time through no fault of their own, they may be eligible for unemployment compensation. In these cases, the applicant may only be eligible for a partial benefit.