State Most recent week initial claims: 06/20/2020 Most recent continued claims: 06/13/2020 Total receiving UI or waiting for approval Total receiving UI or waiting for approval as a share of the labor force Alabama 18,061 143,044 161,105 7.2% Alaska 7,050 43,922 50,972 14.8% Arizona 26,786 209,598 236,384 6.5% Arkansas 9,135 108,121 117,256 8.6% California 287,354 2,812,944 3,100,298 15.9% Colorado 9,757 259,842 269,599 8.5% Connecticut 10,362 252,974 263,336 13.6% Delaware 2,701 50,625 53,326 10.9% District of Columbia 3,004 71,187 74,191 17.9% Florida 93,394 965,117 1,058,511 10.1% Georgia 124,283 664,305 788,588 15.3% Hawaii 7,238 133,113 140,351 21.0% Idaho 4,053 31,635 35,688 4.0% Illinois 46,005 705,878 751,883 11.8% Indiana 31,885 206,265 238,150 7.0% Iowa 8,542 153,771 162,313 9.3% Kansas 9,964 92,978 102,942 6.9% Kentucky 24,628 171,864 196,492 9.4% Louisiana 20,196 297,016 317,212 15.0% Maine 2,835 62,405 65,240 9.4% Maryland 31,944 238,932 270,876 8.3% Massachusetts 29,671 560,420 590,091 15.4% Michigan 18,783 595,995 614,778 12.4% Minnesota 20,584 371,107 391,691 12.5% Mississippi 15,140 150,376 165,516 13.0% Missouri 15,968 208,192 224,160 7.2% Montana 2,845 41,323 44,168 8.2% Nebraska 4,441 55,576 60,017 5.8% Nevada 13,760 286,745 300,505 19.3% New Hampshire 5,276 92,132 97,408 12.5% New Jersey 32,396 528,006 560,402 12.3% New Mexico 5,083 103,469 108,552 11.3% New York 90,186 1,660,336 1,750,522 18.3% North Carolina 28,463 522,767 551,230 10.8% North Dakota 2,002 33,486 35,488 8.8% Ohio 34,375 444,205 478,580 8.2% Oklahoma 49,208 178,974 228,182 12.4% Oregon 15,737 384,608 400,345 19.0% Pennsylvania 56,089 758,549 814,638 12.4% Rhode Island 3,465 69,605 73,070 13.1% South Carolina 17,098 195,129 212,227 8.9% South Dakota 857 17,052 17,909 3.8% Tennessee 21,155 277,608 298,763 8.9% Texas 89,241 1,248,199 1,337,440 9.4% Utah 4,961 73,574 78,535 4.8% Vermont 1,311 42,228 43,539 12.8% Virginia 26,072 375,724 401,796 9.0% Washington 34,809 451,510 486,319 12.3% West Virginia 3,601 76,609 80,210 9.9% Wisconsin 25,417 225,199 250,616 8.1% Wyoming 1,132 16,241 17,373 5.9%

Notes:?Initial claims for the week ending June 20 reflect advance state claims, not seasonally adjusted.?For comparisons to the size of the labor force, we use February 2020 levels.

Unless otherwise noted, the numbers in this blog post are the ones reported by the U.S. Department of Labor, which they receive from the state agencies that administer UI. While the DOL is asking states to report regular UI claims and PUA claims separately, many states appear to also be including some or all PUA claimants in their reported regular UI claims. As state agencies?work to get these new programs up and running, there will likely continue to be some misreporting. Since the number of?UI claims is one of the most up-to-date measures we have of labor market weakness and access to benefits, we will still be analyzing it each week as reported by?DOL, but?ask that you keep these caveats in mind when interpreting the data.

Source: U.S. Employment and Training Administration, Initial Claims [ICSA], retrieved from Department of Labor (DOL),?https://www.dol.gov/ui/data.pdf?and?https://oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/claims.asp, June 25, 2020.

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Table 2

New and cumulative Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) claims by state: PUA claims filed and numbers and shares of workers either receiving PUA benefits or waiting for approval during the week ending June 20

State Most recent week initial claims: 06/20/2020 Most recent continued claims: 06/06/2020 Total initial claims—most recent two weeks Total? receiving PUA or waiting for approval Total receiving PUA or waiting for approval as a share of the labor force
Alabama 3,795 36,739 6,884 43,623 1.9%
Alaska 1,534 16,326 2,698 19,024 5.5%
Arizona 40,775 1,416,134 159,106 1,575,240 43.6%
Arkansas 8,379 134,478 17,336 151,814 11.1%
California 86,130 1,330,215 155,577 1,485,792 7.6%
Colorado 10,385 188,027 28,330 216,357 6.8%
Connecticut 10,624 47,505 12,724 60,229 3.1%
Delaware 904 8,574 1,460 10,034 2.1%
District of Columbia 831 11,978 1,683 13,661 3.3%
Florida 0 0 0 0 0.0%
Georgia 0 0 0 0 0.0%
Hawaii 8,438 145,978 22,477 168,455 25.2%
Idaho 698 54,014 1,046 55,060 6.2%
Illinois 10,820 88,107 19,807 107,914 1.7%
Indiana 17,439 209,080 29,455 238,535 7.0%
Iowa 1,557 16,266 3,277 19,543 1.1%
Kansas 438 65,104 888 65,992 4.4%
Kentucky 0 59,692 3,620 63,312 3.0%
Louisiana 9,774 178,859 23,088 201,947 9.6%
Maine 2,675 23,813 5,543 29,356 4.2%
Maryland 24,017 444,425 85,657 530,082 16.2%
Massachusetts 14,131 470,605 30,023 500,628 13.1%
Michigan 22,519 1,080,267 48,692 1,128,959 22.8%
Minnesota 0 79,406 718 80,124 2.6%
Mississippi 7,441 52,240 15,644 67,884 5.3%
Missouri 3,526 87,467 8,959 96,426 3.1%
Montana 2,549 40,658 5,089 45,747 8.5%
Nebraska 1,220 24,421 2,410 26,831 2.6%
Nevada 29,441 92,845 54,161 147,006 9.4%
New Hampshire 0 0 0 0 0.0%
New Jersey 18,634 369,376 41,822 411,198 9.0%
New Mexico 2,180 45,418 4,447 49,865 5.2%
New York 71,308 927,026 124,599 1,051,625 11.0%
North Carolina 23,799 199,114 48,612 247,726 4.8%
North Dakota 689 7,482 1,292 8,774 2.2%
Ohio 85,599 815,459 143,359 958,818 16.4%
Oklahoma 1,445 0 2,784 2,784 0.2%
Oregon 2,710 0 2,710 2,710 0.1%
Pennsylvania 104,940 1,187,770 188,602 1,376,372 21.0%
Rhode Island 3,083 42,680 5,721 48,401 8.7%
South Carolina 11,896 72,701 25,715 98,416 4.1%
South Dakota 189 4,345 510 4,855 1.0%
Tennessee 5,931 94,465 10,742 105,207 3.1%
Texas 33,533 184,030 66,163 250,193 1.8%
Utah 1,629 10,891 3,336 14,227 0.9%
Vermont 362 8,664 743 9,407 2.8%
Virginia 8,545 218,743 17,648 236,391 5.3%
Washington 7,996 167,283 16,605 183,888 4.6%
West Virginia 0 0 0 0 0.0%
Wisconsin 2,601 15,100 5,328 20,428 0.7%
Wyoming 498 2,945 936 3,881 1.3%

Notes:?Initial claims for the week ending June 20 reflect advance state claims, not seasonally adjusted.

Unless otherwise noted, the numbers in this blog post are the ones reported by the U.S. Department of Labor, which they receive from the state agencies that administer UI. While the DOL is asking states to report regular UI claims and PUA claims separately, many states appear to also be including some or all PUA claimants in their reported regular UI claims. As state agencies?work to get these new programs up and running, there will likely continue to be some misreporting. Since the number of?UI claims is one of the most up-to-date measures we have of labor market weakness and access to benefits, we will still be analyzing it each week as reported by?DOL, but?ask that you keep these caveats in mind when interpreting the data.

Source: U.S. Employment and Training Administration, Initial Claims [ICSA], retrieved from Department of Labor (DOL), https://www.dol.gov/ui/data.pdf?and?https://oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/claims.asp, June 25, 2020.

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