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That depends on how far back the other employer is. North Carolina uses a "base period" to determine whether or not you are eligible for unemployment.
They look at the 52 weeks prior to when you are asking for benefits. If the other employer is not in that base period, they'll use an alternate base period looking at the last 4 quarters before the benefit year that you are requesting (if you're asking for benefits in 2020, they'd look at 2019).
If there is no qualifying employer in that time frame, you'd not be eligible.
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