How many of California’s 4.8 million unemployed and functionally unemployed residents could actually find work filling the estimated 1.5 million job vacancies in the state’s economy?

Besides paying out more than $20-billion in fraudulent unemployment claims (equivalent to more than $600 for every Californian) – what is the Employment Development Department doing to make sure those who are able and should be working are being placed in jobs?

If they turn down the jobs do they still receive unemployment?

A full-time minimum wage job at $15 an hour is about $29,000 annually. What does an unemployed person receive in annual state aid?