A possiblity exists that you could obtain unemployment benefits if you quit under the circumstances that you describe. The unemployment statutes provide for a full award of benefits if an employee quits because of an "Unreasonable reduction in the worker's rate of pay as determined by the division [of labor and employment]. In determining whether or not there has been an unreasonable reduction in the worker's rate of pay, the division shall consider, but shall not be limited to a...