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According to the Handbook in the Related Link below, unless you were released for a disqualifying reason, you had to earn wages of more than 10 times the weekly benefit amount (from your most recent employer) or earned those wages in at least 2 quarters of the first 4 of the last 5 complete calendar quarters of the base period, of your total work history.
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