How to Get Unemployment After Quitting a Job
Generally, you can’t qualify for unemployment benefits if you quit your job. However, a limited exception exists if you have to quit for “good cause.” The precise definition of “good cause” will depend on your state, but typically includes things like quitting because of harassment or leaving because of personal reasons (domestic violence, failing health, etc.). In order to get unemployment, you should identify if you have good cause and then gather supporting evidence. You will apply for unemployment benefits through your state office.