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Unemployment benefits ended, but hiring did not surge in September

Out-of-work Americans did not rush back into the job market after beefed-up unemployment benefits ended nationwide in September.
13 days ago|Washington, United States

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Unemployment benefits ended, but hiring did not surge in September

Out-of-work Americans did not rush back into the job market after beefed-up unemployment benefits ended nationwide in September.

14 days ago|Atlanta, United States
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September jobs report hints at unemployment benefits’ muted role in pandemic labor market

Lackluster job growth and a shrinking labor force in September offered more evidence that pandemic-era unemployment benefits weren't holding back jobs.

15 days ago|United States
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Unemployment benefits ended, but hiring did not surge in September

CNN, CNNBUSINESSBy Tami Luhby, CNNOut-of-work Americans did not rush back into the job market after beefed-up unemployment benefits ended nationwide in September.The labor force shrank last month for the first time since May, signaling that more people were opting to sit on the sidelines and not actively look for work, according to the federal jobs report released Friday.“If unemployment benefits were the driving force behind labor market dynami…

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Unemployment benefits ended, but hiring did not surge in September

By Tami Luhby, CNNOut-of-work Americans did not rush back into the job market after beefed-up unemployment benefits ended nationwide in September.The labor force shrank last month for the first time since May, signaling that more people were opting to sit on the sidelines and not actively look for work, according to the federal jobs report released Friday.“If unemployment benefits were the driving force behind labor market dynamics, then you wou…

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Unemployment benefits ended, but hiring did not surge in September - Local News 8

By Tami Luhby, CNNOut-of-work Americans did not rush back into the job market after beefed-up unemployment benefits ended nationwide in September.The labor force shrank last month for the first time since May, signaling that more people were opting to sit on the sidelines and not actively look for work, according to the federal jobs report released Friday.“If unemployment benefits were the driving force behind labor market dynamics, then you wou…

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Unemployment benefits ended, but hiring did not surge in September

By Tami Luhby, CNN

14 days ago|Honolulu, United States
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Weak September jobs report busts the unemployment benefits myth, this week in the war on workers

The delta variant of COVID-19 continues to leave its mark on the economy with another disappointing jobs report. Earlier in the summer, job creation rose dramatically, only to sink again as ...

13 days ago|United States
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GOP governors who ended unemployment benefits failed to spur job growth: September numbers

The September jobs numbers released on Friday suggest that the GOP governors who decided to end federal unemployment payments failed to accomplish their goal of jumpstarting the economy out of its pandemic-era mire — something experts predicted months ago.According to the Bureau of Labor, employers reported 194,000 new jobs, a far cry from the 500,000-plus expected by analysts. The labor force likewise shrank by 183,000 since August, though unem…

15 days ago|Washington, United States
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Georgia job growth lackluster after federal unemployment benefits cut

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp halted federal unemployment disbursements early, arguing the move would boost hiring. But Georgia didn't perform better after the move than states that continued the payments, according to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution analysis of jobs data.

16 days ago|Atlanta, United States
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GOP governors who ended unemployment benefits failed to spur job growth, September numbers suggest

Republicans tend to blame poor jobs numbers on expanded unemployment insurance. The numbers tell a different story

15 days ago|S F, United States
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C 33%
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