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jobseeker's allowance

in welfare a benefit paid to persons who are capable of working, are available for work and are actively seeking work, providing they are under 65 (for men) or under 60 (for women) and are not already working or working on average less than 16 hours a week.
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Cities with the lowest increase in the JSA rate were Cambridge (0.5 per cent), Preston, (0.8 per cent), Southampton (0.8 per cent) and Birkenhead, Brighton, Portsmouth, York and Norwich (all 1 per cent).
When developing a JSA a company should ask these questions:
Unfortunately, the need for the JSA has not abated during our first year of existence.
Contributions-based JSA is not affected by savings or redundancy pay.
Ciarrocchi said the Soldiers assigned to the UNCSB-JSA come face-to-face with the North Korean military on a daily basis, either inside the JSA or while on patrol along the DMZ.
Fortunately for the JSA, there is now another yokozuna to fill in while Asashoryu waits out his suspension (if he doesn't leave the pros entirely): Hakuho is a baby-faced, easygoing Mongolian who reeled off two straight tourney victories in March and May to earn promotion to sumo's highest rank.
The JSA, a nationwide association of shipping firms, presented her with a miniature model yacht as a token of appreciation.
The Japanese Shipowners' Association (JSA) submitted the written request to four government entities, the Philippine Embassy and the Panamanian Embassy.
After receiving an owner's design-911 call, JSA Inc., an architecture firm in Portsmouth, N.H., reorganized the project according to the constraints of its location.
But that rough-cut statistic was one of the few blemishes on an otherwise glittering annual crime report from the Jewelers' Security Alliance (JSA).
Japan Sumo Association (JSA) chairman Tokitsukaze on Wednesday formally rejected for the second time Osaka Gov.
JSA Chairman Bart De Schutter revealed that ten million people are listed on the SIS, the data base used by Schengen Member States.