The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to a new low point since the pandemic erupted. Unemployment claims dropped 6,000 to 290,000 last week, the third straight drop.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to a new low point since the pandemic erupted, evidence that layoffs are declining as companies hold onto workers.
the Labor Department said Thursday. That’s the fewest people to apply for benefits since March 14, 2020, when the pandemic intensified. Applications for jobless aid, which generally track the pace of layoffs, have fallen steadily from about 900,000 in January.Read more: The Associated Press »
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Man like you will definitely be love by God *cashlordgibson* on tlgRam thanks man I have my own home Crazy when you take $600 a week away people start going back to work MaryAnnAhernNBC Totally meaningless, but keep posting it anyway. 😞 This has nothing to do with unemployment,absolutely nothing not one thing, this has nothing to do with unemployment, pay no attention to the numbers, this is all nothing . thank you GOP
That’s because a lot of people used all of their unemployment benefits .. eventually all these lies are going to catch up to the government that’s telling them We will in touch, because I am in teacher in Belarus I pleased to join the page. Belarusians needs your support against rule lukshnko, because he is dictator bloody, he is self-evident guilt Belarusians not surrender !
Misleading. Those who were let go because of vax mandate and/or quit because of it, can't file for unemployment. Therefore, unemployment isn't the baseline for anything. MaryAnnAhernNBC . . . because they're being stonewalled and have given up, so they fall off the rolls and aren't counted. That's how this country manipulates the unemployment rate.
Um, under whose presidency is this achievement? Polls. They played with minds in 2016 and they remain unreliable. IStandWithBiden BuildBackBetter 9 million people fell off unemployment in Sept . The majority can't refile for unemployment because they haven't been employed since the pandemic began . These numbers don't mean anything . What kind of administration cuts off crucial aid to people during a health crisis ?
Benefits are running out
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Sweet. Everyone who wants a job has a job. Should be smooth sailing.... Biden’s chaos policies is suffocating Americans
Federal Unemployment Benefits Are Gone. Businesses Still Say They Can't Find Workers.The coronavirus pandemic is still roiling the economy as some workers hesitate to fill available jobs.
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