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Unemployment insurance will only be allowed if there is a good cause reason for quitting. There is actually precedent on this issue:
Family circumstances can be "good cause" to quit a job, if one tells the employer about the problem and take steps to fix it oneself (Davis v. UCBR, 452 A.2d 93 (1982)). For example, there may be good cause to quit if one loses a babysitter and cannot find adequate childcare (as long as efforts are made to overcome the problem, and the employer is kept informated about the situation so that adjustments might be made.) (Truitt v. UCBR, 509 Pa. 628 (1991)).
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