State Unemployment Insurance and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Offices


By Writers Pool published 11-28-2020 updated 1-15-2022
Tag: Unemployment

Find your states UI and PUA office from the list provided here. See what the maximum amounts and minimum amounts. Learn what your state is doing to assist those in need of unemployment compensation during the pandemic and beyond the disaster.


Alabama Department of Labor 334-242-8025


Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development 907-269-4700


Arizona Department of Economic Security 1-877-600-2722


Arkansas Department of Workforce Services 501-682-2121


California Employment Development Department 1-800-300-5616


Colorado Department of Labor and Employment 303-318-9000


Connecticut Department of Labor 1-800-956-3294


Delaware Department of Labor New Castle County: 302-761-6576
Other Areas: 1-800-794-3032

District of Columbia

District of Columbia Department of Employment Services 202-724-7000


Florida Department of Economic Opportunity 1-800-204-2418


Georgia Department of Labor 1-877-709-8185


Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Oahu: 808-586-8970
Hilo: 808-974-4086
Kona: 808-322-4822
Maui: 808-984-8400
Kauai: 808-274-3043


Idaho Department of Labor 208-332-8942


Illinois Department of Employment Security 1-800-244-5631


Indiana Department of Workforce Development 1-800-891-6499


Iowa Workforce Development 1-866-239-0843


Kansas Department of Labor 1-800-292-6333


Kentucky Career Center Office of Unemployment Insurance 502-564-2900


Louisiana Workforce Commission 1-866-783-5567


Maine Department of Labor 1-800-593-7660


Maryland Department of Labor 410-949-0022


Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance 617-626-6338


Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity 1-866-500-0017,5863,7-336-78421_97241---,00.html


Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Twin Cities Area: 651-296-3644
Greater Minnesota: 1-877-898-9090


Mississippi Department of Employment Security 1-888-844-3577


Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations 1-800-320-2519


Montana Department of Labor and Industry 406-444-2545


Nebraska Department of Labor 1-855-995-8863


Nevada Department of Employment Training and Rehabilitation Northern Nevada: 775-684-0350
Southern Nevada: 702-486-0350
Rural Areas and Out of State Callers: 1-888-890-8211

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Department of Employment Security 1-800-852-3400

New Jersey

New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development North New Jersey: 201-601-4100
Central New Jersey: 732-761-2020
South New Jersey: 856-507-2340
Out-of-state claims: 1-888-795-6672

New Mexico

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions 1-877-664-6984

New York

New York Department of Labor 1-888-209-8124

North Carolina

North Carolina Department of Commerce 1-888-737-0259

North Dakota

North Dakota Job Service 701-328-4995


Ohio Department of Job and Family Services 1-877-644-6562


Oklahoma Employment Security Commission 1-800-555-1554


Oregon Employment Department 1-877-345-3484


Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry 1-888-313-7284

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Department of Labor and Human Resources 787-625-7900

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training 401-243-9100

South Carolina

South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce 1-866-831-1724

South Dakota

South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation 605-626-3179


Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development 1-877-813-0950


Texas Workforce Commission 1-800-939-6631

U.S. Virgin Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Labor 340-773-1994


Utah Department of Workforce Services Salt Lake and South Davis Counties: 801-526-4400
Weber and North Davis Counties: 801-612-0877
Utah County: 801-375-4067
Other Counties and Out of State: 1-888-848-0688


Vermont Department of Labor 1-888-807-7072


Virginia Employment Commission 1-866-832-2363


Washington Employment Security Department 1-800-318-6022

West Virginia

Workforce West Virginia 1-800-379-1032


Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development 1-844-910-3661


Wyoming Department of Workforce Services 307-473-3789


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