Applicants must meet the following three eligibility requirements in order to collect unemployment benefits in Nevada: • You must have earned at least a minimum amount in wages before you were unemployed. • You must be unemployed through no fault of your own, as defined by Nevada law.How much does unemployment pay in Nevada?
Amount and Duration of Unemployment Benefits in Nevada. If you are eligible to receive unemployment, your weekly benefit rate (WBR) will be 4% of your total earnings during the highest paid quarter of the base period, subject to a minimum of $16 per week and a maximum of $407 per week (as of July 1, 2014).What is the maximum unemployment benefits in Nevada?
Additional benefits through the CARES Act: Effective through July 31, 2020, unemployed workers will receive an additional $600 per week, on top of the benefits a person would normally receive in their state, which is a maximum of $469 per week for Nevadans.