Here you can find a list of all unemployment offices in West Virginia where you can get assistance with any questions or issues you might have.
If you have lost your job without having committed any fault, you may be eligible for unemployment insurance and benefit programs jointly offered by individual state governments and the federal government.
Each state runs its own programs so you must contact the unemployment offices in the state where you worked in order to apply for these benefits.
In case you have worked in a state other than West Virginia, use our search tool to find unemployment offices locations in the state where you must file your claim. An unemployment representative can help you with unemployment insurance benefits, job training, and finding a job.
In order to avoid delays on your claim, you should contact your local unemployment office and file a claim for benefits as soon as possible. In most cases you are able to do it online, over the phone or in person.
Select your city below to find all the unemployment offices in West Virginia or use our search tool to find the unemployment office near to you.