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Because of incorrect information provided by the Associated Press, Mel Riddile’s name was misspelled on Page A2 on Monday in a story about a survey of high school students’ honesty.
State determines eligibility
Because of a reporter’s error, an item on Monday’s Everyday Economy page incorrectly said that people fired from their jobs for misconduct or who quit should not apply for unemployment benefits. Some people who quit for “good cause” may qualify for benefits, and the state determines whether someone is ineligible because of misconduct. People with questions about their eligibility should go to the Washington Employment Security Department’s Web site at www.esd.wa.gov/.
sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.