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U.S. Unemployment Claims Fell Modestly Last Week

New applications for unemployment assistance fell last week, a sign of modest improvement during a holiday period clouded with uncertainty around impending changes...

What Happens to Covid-19 Unemployment Benefits in 2021? Here’s What We...

Two pandemic unemployment programs used by 14 million people will end Dec. 26 and an extra $300-a-week in benefits won’t start unless President...

U.S. Unemployment Rate Fell to 8.4% in August as Hiring Continued

The jobless rate’s decline—it has dropped from near 15% in April at the beginning of the pandemic—put it below the peak of 10%...

Weekly Unemployment Claims Drop Below One Million for First Time Since...

U.S. unemployment claims fell below one million last week for the first time since the coronavirus...

Rise in Weekly Unemployment Claims Points to Faltering Jobs Recovery

Filings for weekly unemployment benefits rose for the first time in nearly four months as some states rolled...

U.S. Initial Unemployment Claims Edge Lower in Latest Week

New applications for unemployment benefits edged down last week and the number receiving payments fell to the lowest...

U.S. Unemployment Rate Fell to 11.1% in June

The jobless rate fell to 11.1% in June as the U.S. regained 4.8 million jobs, continuing a labor...

Unemployment Rate Fell to 13.3% in May

The May U.S. jobless rate fell to 13.3% and employers added 2.5 million jobs, early signs the labor...

Unemployment Rate Fell to 13.3% in May

The May U.S. jobless rate fell to 13.3% and employers added 2.5 million jobs, early signs the labor...

Two Months Into Pandemic, Millions of Workers Continue Filing Unemployment Claims

Two months into disruptions from the coronavirus pandemic, millions of U.S. workers continue to apply for unemployment benefits...

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