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How to get unemployment benefits

Unemployment benefits are in short supply in Alaska, as more than two dozen counties across the state are running out of money.

The Associated Press has more.

The state of Alaska is struggling to provide money to help its 1.8 million people find work.

The state’s unemployment rate, at 7.8 percent, is more than twice the national average of 3.6 percent.

That’s down from 4.8% in April and 5.5% in March.

But the problem has gotten worse as the economy has recovered from the recession.

The Alaska Legislature recently passed a measure to boost unemployment benefits to the $500 per week level for a couple with three or more children, which is also the level they receive when they are in school and on unemployment benefits.

It’s a boost to the state’s economy that would help the state create jobs.

But Gov.

Bill Walker says he’s facing a problem.

Walker says there’s a shortage of money for the state to help people find jobs.

He says the state is already over the $400 million unemployment aid line and there’s been a backlog of $500 million.

The Legislature needs to figure out a way to raise that to a more realistic level.

The Associated Press is not naming the people affected because they were not authorized to speak publicly about their personal circumstances.

But there’s still a long way to go to get the money to those who are struggling.

The unemployment benefits are only a fraction of what people can get, said Jennifer Gorman, a spokeswoman for the Alaska Department of Human Services.

She said the state would need to make $4.5 billion in additional spending to help the unemployment rate.

The lack of money to give people a shot at finding work is putting Alaska’s economy at risk.

More than three million people are on unemployment in Alaska.

There are more than 100,000 people who are unemployed, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.