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The Department of Workforce Services (DWS) provides detailed Utah unemployment information to residents seeking unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. The unemployment office is responsible for distributing benefits such as payments to approved applicants. Petitioners should contact the unemployment office in Utah after experiencing joblessness or a reduction in work hours. Out-of-work residents can also obtain comprehensive information about unemployment eligibility and apply for unemployment benefits by reaching out to a DWS office. For UT residents who are jobless or are facing a shortage of wages, unemployment information is a vital resource to creating economic stability. The DWS will also provide information about unemployment that will help residents find new jobs throughout the state. UI is a helpful resource for dislocated workers who are new to the state, as the job placement program from DWS is designed to put residents back to work. Unemployment insurance from the unemployment office in Utah is also available to qualified victims of natural disasters or former military.
Utah Unemployment Resources
Appealing Denied Benefits
Unemployment offices in Utah are available throughout the state to help residents regain financial stability. Learn how to contact the unemployment office in Utah through a variety of methods by referring to the information below:
To File a New Report or Reopen a Claim
Salt Lake or South Davis Counties: (801) 526-4400
Weber or North Davis Counties: (801) 612-0877
Utah County: (801) 375-4067
Out-Of-State: (888) 848-0688
To File An Appeal
Phone: (801) 526-9300
Utah Department of Workforce Services
P.O. Box 45244
140 East 300 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84145-0244