"A recent report shows that teens across the country are spending less and are unemployed at a higher rate than any other group of Americans."
About the video:
"According to Piper Jaffray’s “Taking Stock with Teens” report, teenagers on average have spent $2,150, which is down 9% from last year.
Even worse, the report shows that just 33% of teens explained that they have a part-time job — which is down 37% from spring 2020 and another 35% compared to fall 2019.
Plus, 23% of teens surveyed stated that they have not been able to look for a job due to that thing out there.
Hopefully these teens will be able to find employment soon, as the job market is a mess to say the least at the current moment.
Meanwhile, talks are currently in the air between Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnuchin following Trump’s recent Tweets, on another stimulus package with extended enhanced unemployment benefits likely included in any Phase 4 disaster relief bill.
Both the $1.6 trillion proposal from the White House and the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill from the House of Representatives contain enhanced unemployment benefits, but they differ in a couple ways.
The WH bill would offer $400 weekly until the end of December, while the Dems stimulus package would provide $600 weekly until the end of January 2021.
Michele Evermore, a senior policy analyst at the National Employment Law Project, believes: “I think there’s tremendous pressure on both sides to pass something. Nobody wants to go home and campaign on, ‘We didn’t give you anything.’”
I completely agree, and think that we need to pass another stimulus package to help the millions of Americans struggling to find employment and in need of disaster relief funds as soon as possible.
Finally, a brand new state is paying their residents $300 weekly LWA unemployment benefits, and I’m hearing that they offered the payments in a lump sum check for $1,800.
Congratulations to my viewers in Nebraska, where I’ve heard from y’all in the comments that the money has started to hit bank accounts across the Cornhusker State.
That leaves just 6 states, Alaska, Kansas, Nevada, New Jersey, Virginia and Wisconsin without these weekly $300 LWA unemployment benefits.
I know it seems like it’s never coming, but any day now you could see a lump sum unemployment check for $1,800 deposited into your bank account.
If you still have not applied for unemployment benefits in your state, don’t miss out on applying for these crucial unemployment benefits today.
Simply go to your state’s PUA or UI website, provide them with your employment history, explain that you are currently out of work due to that thing out there, and you could receive a backdated check for more than $10,000!
For all of the gig-workers, self employed, independent contractors, 1099 workers, even side hustlers and part time gigers, you can claim these unemployment benefits through the PUA, which was created just for you.
These amazing government benefits won’t be available for long, so don’t delay in getting your application into your state’s unemployment system before they run out of money!"
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