I hate my job and they don't fire people at my job. They like to make people want to quit so they don't have to pay unemployment I think. However, if my workplace is hostile will I be able to qualify for unemployment if I quit?
Depends on the state laws, honestly. Some states can fire you without justification, and some will guarantee unemployment compensation for a short set period of time. Sounds like you honestly need to hit the local law library and do some digging before you throw up your hands at your job. And if it truly is a hostile environment you may have grounds for a lawsuit based on that as well.
you could talk to an unemployment customer service person, and talk about your concerns, they would be able to tell you what you can do.
in my state unemployment goes before a review board, in cases of getting fired, or quitting.
I would call an unemployment rep, and go from there.