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The main job of an unemployment benefits claims taker is to determine whether or not unemployed claimants are eligible for certain unemployment benefits. As part of their job, unemployment benefits claims takers interview claimants, refer them to available job openings, help them with filling the form and offer assistance with job applications.
A higher secondary or equivalent is the minimum education necessary to become an unemployment benefits claims taker. Strong problem-solving, organizational and communication skills are necessary for this role.
Interviewers will be keen on understanding why you sought out this career in particular. They will also want to know if you have what it takes to work as an unemployment benefits claims taker or whether you have any weaknesses that may hinder your efficiency on the job. To increase your chances of landing the job, you must prepare for your upcoming interview. One way to do this is by giving some thought to how you would answer the questions listed at Mock Questions.