• Your Source for Information About Unemployment in Kansas

    If you've lost your job and live in Kansas, you may be eligible to receive unemployment benefits. To find out about unemployment eligibility requirements, how to apply online, the dollar amount of your likely Kansas unemployment benefits, and to locate local unemployment offices, Kansas Unemployment presents all the relevant information, along with information and applications for other government assistance programs for those who need help getting back on their feet.

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Unemployment Benefits

Learn about unemployment benefits in Kansas, eligibility requirements, locations of your local unemployment office, and how to apply for unemployment.

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Job Search

If you've lost your job and are seeking a new employment opportunity, use our Kansas job search feature to find local jobs that meet your skills and financial needs.

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Disability Benefits

In many instances, those who are unemployed are not able to work because of a disability - find out how to determine eligibility and apply for disability benefits in Kansas.

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Unemployment Benefits Eligibility

Kansas unemployment benefits can be a crucial financial lifeline for those who have been unfortunate enough to have lost their job. If you have been laid off or downsized from your company, unemployment payments will help to provide a temporary source of income to help with the purchase of essential items. To receive unemployment benefits in Kansas, there are certain criteria that you must meet. To determine eligibility, you should complete and submit a Kansas unemployment application either online or at your local Kansas unemployment office. If you require more information about Kansas unemployment benefits, use this website to get the answers to most of your questions, including locations of unemployment offices, methods of applying for benefits, the income you can expect to receive each week or month based on your past income, and much more. Additionally, the Kansas Unemployment website features information about other government assistance programs for those seeking temporary help in overcoming the financial burden of unemployment. Among these, and especially applicable for those who have been hurt on the job or outside of the workplace, are disability benefits. If you are physically or mentally unable to perform the work you previously engaged in due to a disability, you may be eligible for Kansas disability benefits. Use the website to find more information about unemployment, disability benefits, and other assistance programs, including housing assistance, food and nourishment assistance for children and adults, and energy assistance.