Do all jobs worked in a quarter count when determining benefits?

I worked 3 jobs at one point (in California), 2 temp jobs and one full time job. I was laid off from the full time job recently and the two temps were over before I was laid off. What I want to know is when they are deterining my benefits and looking at how much I made in the highest quarter for the past 12 months, are all three of my jobs (cmbined income) counted towards my total benefit amount? Even though the job I was laid off from is only part of my total earnings? Because with the 2 temp jobs, my total earnings in a single quarter triples. Thanks!

Asked By: - 10/10/2013
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No, they will look at the highest paying job and determine the highest earning for that quarter to determine benefits.
Answered By: Jon - 10/10/2013
Additional Answers (5)
Your benefits are based upon the highest quarterly earnings in your base year. All earnings in each quarter are added up to get the total quarterly earnings, regardless of the number of jobs that you held during that quarter... More
Answered By: Bostonian In MO - 10/10/2013
All your earnings go into the equation. They can't tell if you had three jobs at one time or three short term jobs. Your benefit is based on total earnings with a maximum.
Answered By: Max Hoopla - 10/10/2013
When all 3 jobs have correctly reported your earning to them as they would be scheduled to do and then when you do go to apply for the UI amounts all the past earnings for that reporting period and the previous quarters that would be required for them to use at that time to determine when and if you would be able to... More
Answered By: Bobbie - 10/10/2013
all jobs that report wages quarterly to the state agencies they each report your wages, and if there is more than one, it must means your quarterly wages are greater
Answered By: tro - 10/10/2013
All those jobs are combined. However, they don't look at the past 12 months. They looked at the period of 4 quarters that began 15-18 months before you filed and ended 3-6 months before you filed. For example, if you file in October 2013, then they look at the 12 months from July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013.
Answered By: StephenWeinstein - 10/10/2013
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