by Joseph Lawler | Oct 12, 2017, 8:31 AM Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email this article Share on LinkedIn Print this article Forecasters had expected jobless claims to drop to 252,000. Low jobless claims are a good sign. They …
According to The Hill, the four-week average of claims fell by 9,500 to 248,250. …
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Although it creeped up, the unemployment rate remains lower than it was one …
Only 222,000 Americans filed jobless claims for the first time last week, the fewest since March 1973. It's another sign of a healthy economy. Millions of Americans …
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The number of people filing for unemployment benefits fell to the nation’s lowest level in more than 44 years last week, evidence of a rebound in job growth as more employees affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma returned to work. Initial …
And new claims for unemployment benefits dropped 15,000 to 243,000 in the first full week of October, according to the agency, as the job market bounces back from hurricane damage even faster than forecasters expected. Low new …