The unemployment rate in California is decreasing.
But it only ticked down by a tenth of a percentage point in May to 16.3 percent from a revised 16.4 percent rate in April. More than three million people throughout the state are still without a job and many are waiting on unemployment benefits, or are having difficulty navigating how to receive them.
We talk with employment law expert Jennifer Shaw about it today and when you could expect your unemployment benefits.
- Employment law expert and Shaw Law Group President Jennifer Shaw