jobless claims Archive

State Unemployment Claims Decrease in Most States

This blog post was written by Erin Fitzpatrick. Erin is a Summer Research Intern and is currently studying at George Washington University pursuing a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in Political Science. Initial claims for unemployment insurance increased slightly...
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June 26, 2015

Latest Weekly Unemployment Insurance Claims Indicate Improving Job Market

This blog post was written by Erin Fitzpatrick. Erin is a Summer Research Intern and is currently studying at George Washington University pursuing a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in Political Science. Initial claims for unemployment insurance filed during...
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June 12, 2015

Number of People Claiming Unemployment Insurance Falls to Its Lowest Since 2000

The number of people claiming unemployment insurance has fallen to its lowest level since 2000.  Over the past 4 weeks that ended May 23, 2015, the average number of unemployment claims totaled 271,500, the lowest level since April 2000...

Unemployment Insurance Claims Continue To Decline in Most States

The number of people losing jobs continues to remain on a downtrend. Initial unemployment insurance claims that were filed during the week that ended March 21 totaled 282,000 (seasonally adjusted), fewer by 9,000 claims from the previous week’s unrevised...

Unemployment Insurance Claims Fall to Lowest in 14 Years

Initial claims for unemployment insurance filed in the week ended October 11 dropped to 287,000, the lowest since April 2000. This puts the 4-week moving average to 283,500, also the lowest since June 2000. A number that is below...