While many businesses are starting to return to full capacity as more Georgians receive vaccinations, statistics show that many Georgians are still out of work due to the pandemic. It was this time last year when almost 400,000 Georgians filed for unemployment, and they are now reaching the end of their 52-week benefit period, according to Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.  Those Georgians  will need to refile a claim to reopen his/her benefit year reporting any additional work history, including temporary, part-time, self-employment, or W-2 work.    

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