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WASHINGTON – Initial claims for unemployment benefits in the United States decreased by 16,000 last week to 269,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday. Analysts had forecast roughly 281,000 new claims. The rolling four-week average of claims ...
Latin American Herald Tribune · 20 hours ago
Labor Department
The previous week unemployment claims jumped 17,000. The weekly jobless claims report came in at 287,000 claims. The DOL News Release report gives an accounting of the national unemployment activity by reporting weekly on the number of …
Examiner · 10/31/2014
Dear Mary, I recently fired an employee and received a notice from EDD that he is claiming unemployment. I don’t know if they are entitled to unemployment or not. What do I do? To be eligible for unemployment benefits, an individual must be: out of work ...
Napa Valley Register · ByMary Luros · 5/30/2012
2 in 5 companies say they want to hire temporary workers this year, according to a CareerBuilder survey. And a good portion of them will be making those positions permanent. (Photo: David McNew, Getty Images) First-time claims for unemployment
USA Today · 4/11/2013
The DOL reported people filing for initial unemployment insurance benefits in the week ending on September 28th, 2013 was 308,000, a 1,000 increase from the previous week of 307,000. Since the monthly unemployment report will not be released due to the ...
The Economic Populist · 10/3/2013
The number of people filing for first-time unemployment benefits was down 19,000 from the previous week's revised level, the Labor Department said Thursday. It was just the second time since the Great Recession that new weekly claims fell below 300,000 …
Los Angeles Times · 7/24/2014
Initial claims for unemployment insurance have fallen to very low levels. Continuing claims for unemployment insurance are now very close to their all-time lows. Those currently employed face a very low risk of losing their job, and removing the ...
Seeking Alpha · 10/3/2014
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose to a six-month high last week, suggesting some loss of momentum in the labor market in the face of weakening growth and a major stock market sell-off. Initial claims for state unemployment ...
New York Times · 1/21/2016
BOCA RATON, Fla. - Millions of your tax dollars are paid to thieves each year. They're ripping off you and the government by filing fraudulent unemployment claims. It's a growing problem in Florida, and companies are frustrated with the state's steps to ...
WPTV · 11/21/2014
About 374,000 people filed for their first week of unemployment benefits last week, the largest one-week rise since November 2012. First-time claims for unemployment benefits suddenly jumped last week, marking the biggest one-week rise since Superstorm ...
CNN Money · 10/10/2013