For the week ending Aug. 8, a total of 963K new unemployment claims were reported on a seasonally adjusted annual basis, a decline of 228K from the week prior
by Patrick Kearns Aug 13
Claims have been decreasing for 15 weeks, from mid-Pandemic highs — when new unemployment claims topped 6 million — but remain ahead of pre-pandemic numbers
by Patrick Kearns Jul 16
More than 1.4 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, according to the US Department of Labor
by Patrick Kearns Jun 25
Total nonfarm payroll fell by 20.5M in April with heavy losses in leisure and hospitality
by Patrick Kearns May 8
More than 26 million individuals have filed for unemployment since COVID-19 began spreading throughout the country
by Patrick Kearns Apr 23
The real estate sector — which includes rental and leasing — lost 3,400 jobs in the first 2 weeks of March. The numbers don't reflect 10 million claims filed over the past 2 weeks
by Patrick Kearns Apr 3
Over the past 2 weeks, more than 10 million have filed for unemployment as more states take proactive measures against coronavirus
by Patrick Kearns Apr 2
U.S. Department of Labor rule would allow self-employed individuals to band together to buy into association health plans
by Patrick Kearns Jun 19
6 significant factors determine how the employee-employer relationship should work
by Kimberly Manning Jul 21