All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘unemployment aid applications’

169K Jobs Added Last Month, Unemployment Hangs at 7.3%

The U.S. employment numbers for the last few months have been ok. Not good or great, but generally trending in the right direction. Back in July, the U.S. Department of Labor revealed that unemployment insurance benefits dropped by 48,000 from the same month in 2012. Last month, the Labor Department released the good news that jobless claims are down to …

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Unemployment Benefits Claims Down From Last Year

The U.S. Department of Labor this week revealed that initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits was down to 334,000 for the week ending July 13. That number is down 24,000 from the previous week, and down 48,000 from the same week one year ago. The numbers spark hope that the U.S. economy, or at least hiring numbers, is improving. The …

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Americans Tired Of Filling Out Unemployment Apps

The United State Governments Labor Department continues to bombard us with propaganda about how our economy is getting better. Their latest report specifies that unemployment aid applications have dropped by 15,000 this week. This means only 358,000 application were filed, the lowest since 2008. That’s exciting!, you mean 15,000 people finally realized they were not going to get any help …

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