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There are two kinds of Jobseeker's Allowances. The first kind of Jobseeker's Allowance is based on how much National Insurance a person has paid in the previous 2 years, and is paid for up to 182 days. This is called 'contribution-based Jobseeker's Allowance'. The second kind of Jobseeker's Allowance is based on the claimant's income and savings and is called 'income-based Jobseeker's Allowance' you are talking about which one.
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