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2/4/21: U.S. Continued Unemployment Claims

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Continued weekly unemployment claims fell in the week of March 20 to their lowest Covid19 pandemic period point of 3,794,000 (seasonally adjusted). The decline in the unemployment claims driven by a combination of:Jobs creationBenefits expirationExits from the labor forceEven with the positive news, U.S. current reading is in line with March 2011.More updates on the U.S. labor markets coming up, so stay tuned.

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Continued weekly unemployment claims fell in the week of March 20 to their lowest Covid19 pandemic period point of 3,794,000 (seasonally adjusted). The decline in the unemployment claims driven by a combination of:

  1. Jobs creation
  2. Benefits expiration
  3. Exits from the labor force
2/4/21: U.S. Continued Unemployment Claims


Even with the positive news, U.S. current reading is in line with March 2011.


2/4/21: U.S. Continued Unemployment Claims

More updates on the U.S. labor markets coming up, so stay tuned.

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