Employment

Jobless Claims Hit New Pandemic Low, But 16.9 Million Americans Are Still Receiving Unemployment Benefits

In the week ending May 8, another 103,571 people submitted claims under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which extends benefits to self-employed employees not qualified for traditional state programs, according to the weekly information launched Thursday. This material was originally released here. Jobless claims have actually been steadily decreasing in current weeks, however the uptick …

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Biden betting on wage growth, while GOP warns of inflation

Biden betting on wage growth, while GOP warns of inflation

Enhancing earnings gets at the central pledge of the Biden presidency to improve the lives of daily Americans and restore the countrys competitive edge in the world. Republicans say that Bidens policies have currently let loose a gush of inflation that will injure the economy. The Biden group sees the 0.8% month-over-month dive in customer …

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