State Unemployment Claims for Month of April Tops 35,000, WorkForce West Virginia Outlines CARES Act Benefits

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Nearly 36,000 West Virginians have filed unemployment insurance claims so far in April, WorkForce West Virginia announced on Thursday.

   As of April 8, WorkForce had received 35,900 claims for unemployment benefits. Compared to last year, the agency processed . . .

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