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Unemployment - Wikipedia


The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals  ...

Unemployment Insurance - Employment Development Department


The Unemployment Insurance (UI) program pays benefits to workers who have lost their job and meet the program's eligibility requirements. If you have become  ...

Filing a Claim - Employment Development Department - California


Filing a Claim. Claim Process. This section provides a step-by-step summary of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim process. Employers may provide a copy  ...

Unemployment Insurance (UI) Online


Provides an overview of the California Unemployment Insurance Program.

State of Oregon: Unemployment - Unemployment Insurance


... the main content of the page. Skip Navigation Links Employment Department / Unemployment. Unemployment Insurance ... Special Unemployment Programs ...

Employment Development Department Home


Administers the Job Service, Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, Workforce Investment Act, and Welfare-to-Work programs and handles the audit ...

Unemployment Rate - Bureau of Labor Statistics Data - US Bureau ...


Series Id: LNS14000000 Seasonally Adjusted Series title: (Seas) Unemployment Rate Labor force status: Unemployment rate. Type of data: Percent or rate

Unemployment Rates for States - US Bureau of Labor Statistics


Unemployment Rates for States, Seasonally Adjusted. State, October 2016(p) rate, Rank. New Hampshire. 2.8, 1. South Dakota. 2.8, 1. North Dakota. 3.0, 3.

Civilian Unemployment Rate - FRED - St. Louis Fed


... track economic data. Tags: labor underutilization, civilian, labor, 16 years +, unemployment, household survey, headline figure, bls, rate, sa, monthly, usa, nation.

UInv - The Nevada Unemployment Insurance Claim Filing System


Please select the appropriate tab for your visit. Welcome to Nevada's Unemployment Insurance self service website. State of Nevada Department of Employment ...

United States workers who are out of work due to no fault of their own are eligible for unemployment benefits for up to 26 weeks. When the unemployment rate is high, benefits may be paid for additional weeks... More »
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