The all-time record for new jobless claims in a single week was set in 1982, with 695,000 new claims. Last week, as coronavirus shuttered many U.S. businesses, 3.28 million people filed for unemployment insurance.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to a continued steady improvement in labor market conditions.
Eric Bolling and the Fox & Friends hosts put on their tinfoil hats this morning as they sniffed around for the evil Obama re-election plot they felt certain was lurking behind the just-released jobless numbers. A Fox News Alert announced that the
Awfully optimistic, aren't they? I hope they're right: Dec. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Fewer Americans than anticipated filed claims for unemployment benefits
Let's see: No new jobs, benefit extensions screwed up and Christmas is coming. You'd think the administration and Congress would be doing something
[media id=8190] I have to say: While this program sounds good, what jobs, exactly, should we be retraining for? We can't all be nurses, and IT jobs k
It kills me when I see hopeful headlines like this: 'Jobless claims at lowest level since January'. That's because the vast majority of those in the
Who's been predicting a second-half recovery? Clearly, we're looking at least another year of economic pain: Jan. 15 (Bloomberg) -- First-time claims