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.
Jobless Claims Down In Florida As Layoffs LoomFlorida continues to see declines in first-time unemployment claims, even as the state braces for permanent layoffs over the next few months of workers --- many in tourism and hospitality jobs.
Florida Gets 86,000 Jobless Claims, As Numbers Trend DownEconomic reopening efforts across Florida were reflected Thursday in a report on initial unemployment claims, which fell last week below six figures for the first time since the coronavirus shuttered businesses in March.
Florida Has Paid Six Percent Of Its Jobless ClaimsJust over six percent of people who have filed jobless claims since mid-March had received checks as of Sunday.
Florida Jobless Claims Help & LinksUnemployment claims are at an all-time in Florida as the coronavirus-caused surge continues. Many of the Florida claims remain in a backlog that could take weeks to resolve. However, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the links and paperwork you need.
Coronavirus Impact: Jobless Claims Skyrocket In FloridaJobless claims are spiking in Florida as many vital tourism and entertainment-related businesses have closed or limited services as the state struggles to combat the novel coronavirus.
Feds Approve Fla. To Pay Thousands Of Delayed Jobless ClaimsThe federal government will allow the state to pay unemployment claims in cases that have been in dispute for more than a week, as officials look to ease a backlog created by Florida's new but trouble-plagued $63 million unemployment assistance website.
Fla. To Pay Thousands Of Held-up Jobless Claims Thousands of unemployed South Floridians will finally be getting their benefits checks after the state's troubled new system had held them up.