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Now is the time to make the repairs, before the next storm, and build a UI system that will serve the American people in the next crisis.
This month, we are highlighting labor market outcomes for Hispanic or Latino workers.
Labor force participation rose in August as more unemployed workers began seeking jobs.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 467,000 jobs in the month of January, and the unemployment rate was 4.0%.
New grants are available to help states collaborate with community and worker organizations to improve their unemployment insurance systems, ensuring all workers have access to these critical benefits.
A new grant will help to leverage academic research, training and partnerships to improve unemployment insurance-- just one of the many ways we’re using research and data in support of equity in unemployment insurance
Today, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 850,000 jobs in the month of June, and the unemployment rate was 5.9 percent, compared to 5.8 percent in May.
With the resources the American Rescue Plan allocates towards shoring up and revamping our unemployment system, we are investing in a more equitable, secure and accessible safety net for America’s workers.
The CARES Act provided Americans with new and expanded unemployment insurance (UI) benefits if they’re out of work for reasons related to the pandemic. Here are some answers to common questions about these benefits.
Answers to four frequently asked questions about unemployment insurance benefits under the CARES Act.