What is the unemployment rate by state in the US?
i thinks its like 10%.
The Official Unemployment rate (U-3) in US for August 2011 was 9.1. Below are the other unemployment rates in US for August 2011 : U-1 Unemployment rate : 5.4 U-2 Unemployment rate : 5.3 U-3 Unemployment rate : 9.1 U-4 Unemployment rate : 9.7 U-5 Unemployment rate : 10.6 U-6 Unemployment rate : 16.2
As of July 8, 2009, the national unemployment rate in the US was 9.7%. For current information, you can easily access reports from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics by using Google's public data search. The above statistic was found at www.google.com with the query "unemployment rate USA". You can also specify by state and county.
Will you get the NJ unemployment rate of 611 or ny rate pf 404 weekly if you worked in NY but live in NJ?
not being able to get a job It's the state at which people are willing and able to work at the current wage rate but are not finding jobs to do. Unemployment is the state of not having a job or employment. In the United States, the unemployment rate is currently around ten percent and that u need a job.
The United States has a higher unemployment rate than Canada at this time. For several decades Canada typically had reported its unemployment rate as somewhat higher than the US rate. For example, in June 2008 the reported unemployment in the US was 5.5 percent and 6.1% in Canada. However, a closer examination reveals that the two countries measure the unemployment rate differently. Craig Riddell, a University of British Columbia economist, found that a 0.9% difference…
As of October, 2009 the unemployment rate in the US was 10.2%. See the Related Link below. According to the Tribune Washington Bureau's reporter, Peter Nicholas on November 27, 2009 the US unemployment rate was 10.2 % and nearly 16 million people were unemployed. According to the U. S. Department of Labor , the unemployment rate for Sept. 2009 was 9.8%. For a complete, recent history of unemployment rates, see the Related Link below.
Unless there is an agreement between the state and the employer, the state pays unemployment compensation and each state sets its own minimum and maximum amounts payable to the claimant. What the employer DOES pay is a payroll (unemployment) tax to the state that covers unemployment and is based on the employer's payroll, turnover rate of employees, etc.
Each state has its own formulae for taxing employers for unemployment benefits that will eventually be paid out to unemployed workers. It generally has to do with the employer's total payroll and the rate is dependent on the turnover rate of the employer's work force. The lower rate is for employers with very low loss of jobs.
Natural Rate of Unemployment -The natural rate of unemployment is unemployment that does not go away on its own even in the long run. -It is the amount of unemployment that the economy normally experiences.Cyclical Unemployment -Cyclical unemployment refers to the year-to-year fluctuations in unemployment around its natural rate. -It is associated with with short-term ups and downs of the business cycle.