Jobless Claims Remain Steady In FloridaFirst-time unemployment claims in Florida remain at a steady pace despite impacts of the omicron variant of the coronavirus and inflation.
Florida Weekly Jobless Claims Below 7,000Florida continues to see unemployment claims roll in at a pace that has remained relatively stable since May and well below the crush of claims when businesses closed or scaled back early in the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
Jobless Claims Down in Florida, CountryFirst-time unemployment claims in Florida continue to fluctuate just above pre-pandemic levels.
Florida Jobless Claims Fall Below 6,000 For First Time In More Than A YearFor the first time in more than a year, Florida has posted a weekly count of new unemployment claims on par with the period just before the coronavirus pandemic caused widespread economic damage.
Florida Jobless Claims Below 16,000 Last WeekMarking a pandemic low, the U.S. Department of Labor estimated 15,903 first-time unemployment claims were filed last week in Florida.
Florida Jobless Claims Down Last WeekFirst-time jobless claims dropped last week in Florida, as the state is set to issue a monthly report Friday that will detail unemployment data amid a rapidly increasing number of COVID-19 cases.
Business Unemployment Taxes Going Up In Florida As Jobless Claims SlowState unemployment taxes are going up for businesses struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic, as the pace of new jobless claims continues to slow in Florida.
Florida Sees Slight Decrease In Jobless ClaimsFlorida continued last week to show a decline in new unemployment claims, even as coronavirus cases have been on the rise and the state heads into what is expected to be a slower-than-typical Thanksgiving holiday.
Florida Jobless Claims Drop Last WeekFirst-time unemployment claims dropped last week in Florida as pressure builds on the state’s hospitality and tourism industries amid the lingering impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jobless Claims In Florida Rise To Over 40,000 In Early OctoberNew unemployment claims rose to more than 40,000 in Florida for the week that ended Oct. 3, the U.S. Labor Department reported Thursday.
Florida Jobless Claims Down, But Economic ‘Fog’ ContinuesFirst-time unemployment claims were down slightly in Florida last week, as more businesses announce layoffs and extensions of worker furloughs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.