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    If the management position I am in is eliminated and the company I work for trys to shift me into another position with a different title and much less pay. If I do not take it am I still eligible for unemployment benefits?

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    Generally speaking, you are not eligible for unemployment if you refuse suitable work. The state would much rather you have some income than none at all. You can always take the new position while you look for another one.
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      The problem I have with this is, I live near my place of employment and do not have reliable transportation to the new site. If the new place is to far for me to be able to get there and I can not take the transfer would I still be denied benefits?

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        The employer is not responsible for your lack of reliable transportation to the new location. How much further is it?
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          We'll need the answer to Patty's question re how much further is it - also, how much reduction in pay? Thanks.
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