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The black unemployment rate falls to a record low

According to the Ministry of Labor, the unemployment rate for black workers fell from 6% to 5.5%. The previous record low of 5.9% was reached in May 2018. The unemployment rate for black women fell from 5.2% in July to a record 4.4%. The unemployment rate of black men rose from 5.8% to 5.9%. However, the previous month's rate was …

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The number of employees rises by 224,000, the unemployment rate by 3.7%.

Wage growth rebounded strongly in June as the US economy added 224,000 jobs as both the employment picture and the overall growth picture weakened. According to the Ministry of Labor, the unemployment rate rose to 3.7%. Economists interviewed by Dow Jones had expected the number of non-agricultural workers to increase by 165,000 and the unemployment rate to remain constant at …

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US economy creates disappointing 75,000 jobs in May, unemployment rate at 3.6%

The US economy shut down 75,000 non-farm workers in May, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. This was below expectations for 175,000 additional non-farm employees, based on Bloomberg estimates. The unemployment rate was at a 49-year low of 3.6%, in line with consensus estimates. The labor force participation was also 62.8%. The average hourly wage was 0.2% on the …

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The economy created 263,000 new jobs in April, with unemployment falling to its lowest level since 1969

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered provided the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE 3. May 2019, 12:41 UTC To Lucy Bayly The economy added a healthy 263,000 jobs in April. The analysts' expectations of 190,000 were clearly exceeded, according to the monthly snapshot of the US Department of Labor …

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Federal workers in Ga. Need to reimburse unemployment benefits, the state says

0 State workers must reimburse unemployment benefits, says the state ATLANTA The date is still unclear. Just under 2,800 state employees have applied for unemployment compensation during the partial government shutdown, including some 1,100 who filed new claims last week. Hear from federal workers who are relieved but still do not know when they will finally receive their paychecks, at …

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California Says It Will Pay Unemployment Benefits: NPR

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, right, hugs TSA employee Miguel Pagarigan at the Sacramento International Airport Thursday. "Because of the shutdown and being furloughed … I had to put on a 'For Sale' sign on my house on Sunday," Pagarigan said.                                                                            Rich Pedroncelli / AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Rich Pedroncelli / AP               California …

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Unemployment claims of Federal employees shot up

The unemployed claims of federal workers rose more than 400% in the last week of December, according to recent figures from the Ministry of Labor. This release shows that in the first week after the shutdown, 4,760 federal employees have applied for unemployment, which is now entering the record-breaking third week of work. Many government contractors are also eligible. "I …

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US added 250,000 jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

"If I was a Republican politician, I'd scream about it," Shepherdson said, "but growth will not continue." In particular, the manufacturing sectors in China and Europe are weakening strongly, he said. Commentary on the publication of the manufacturing index this week was "Customs, Customs, Customs". The figures from October are revised twice and September again. Although the unemployment rate has …

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Weekly US weekly unemployment data support labor market prospects

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New US jobless claims fell last week, and the number of Americans receiving unemployment benefits fell back to 1973 levels, pointing to further worsening labor market conditions. FILE PHOTO: Passers-by are walking in front of a help sign in a McDonald's restaurant in the Brooklyn district of New York, March 7, 2014. REUTERS / Keith Bedford / …

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