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Alicia Adamczyk is a money reporter at CNBC Make It. She formerly covered personal finance at Money Magazine and Lifehacker. Adamczyk has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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As Congress breaks for Thanksgiving, 12 million Americans may lose jobless benefits on December 26Alicia Adamczyk
November 19, 2020
Unless Congress can agree on a new stimulus deal in the next few weeks, an estimated 12 million workers will lose their unemployment benefits on December 26, according to a new report from The Century Foundation, a progressive think tank, leaving them with “little or no means of support” in the new year.
The U.S. unemployment system was already broken. Then the coronavirus pandemic hitAlicia Adamczyk
October 8, 2020
Issues with unemployment insurance abounded before coronavirus. But the pandemic has shone a spotlight on weaknesses in the systems that have become impossible to overlook as record numbers of people try to access benefits each week.
Some states overpaid coronavirus unemployment insurance. Now workers will have to repay the benefitsAlicia Adamczyk
October 7, 2020
Hundreds of thousands of workers who received unemployment benefits through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program are on the hook to repay some of the money they’ve received since March.
Advocates worry about an eviction crisis as 2021 approaches without a stimulus dealAlicia Adamczyk
November 9, 2020
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