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Can i do paid work and still claim ESA? 

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Can i apply for any job belongs it's under 16 hours a week and earning under £131. 50?  

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You can do some paid or unpaid work while you’re getting ESA and it won’t affect your benefit. This is called ‘permitted work’, or ‘supported permitted work’.

Any job can be permitted work as long as each week you're working under 16 hours, and earning up to £131.50.  It doesn't matter whether you’re in the support group or the work-related activity group.

'Supported permitted work' is work that’s either:

  • supervised by someone from a local council or voluntary organisation whose job it is to arrange work for disabled people
  • part of a treatment programme under medical supervision

You can also earn up to £131.50 a week doing supported permitted work. 



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https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/benefits/sick-or-disabled-people-and-carers/employment-and-support-allowance/while-youre-getting-esa/working-while-getting-esa/

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Can i apply for a job and start it without letting the job centre know? 

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2 hours ago, Mxx91 said:

Can i apply for a job and start it without letting the job centre know? 

You must let the job centre know. If you don't, they will still find out from hrmc and you could have your benefits removed. 

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