State Most recent week initial claims: 05/23/2020 Most recent continued claims claims: 05/16/2020 Total initial claims – most recent 2 weeks Total currently receiving or applied for UI Alabama 27,289 185,242 52,439 237,681 Alaska 8,537 47,670 16,278 63,948 Arizona 26,878 212,223 58,835 271,058 Arkansas 10,464 116,116 21,891 138,007 California 212,343 2,122,719 456,774 2,579,493 Colorado 15,731 266,470 33,785 300,255 Connecticut 16,584 275,504 42,544 318,048 Delaware 4,783 59,030 10,337 69,367 District of Columbia 5,123 69,091 10,319 79,410 Florida 173,731 508,632 399,135 907,767 Georgia 164,350 728,728 342,081 1,070,809 Hawaii 8,683 187,023 19,647 206,670 Idaho 4,472 55,400 10,272 65,672 Illinois 58,359 764,194 131,139 895,333 Indiana 26,278 260,939 55,714 316,653 Iowa 14,586 180,679 26,642 207,321 Kansas 11,614 111,583 22,852 134,435 Kentucky 53,738 245,098 101,059 346,157 Louisiana 23,853 320,536 52,398 372,934 Maine 4,116 99,968 8,842 108,810 Maryland 33,240 249,849 68,351 318,200 Massachusetts 37,740 589,448 76,424 665,872 Michigan 57,714 958,927 114,429 1,073,356 Minnesota 28,615 433,254 57,508 490,762 Mississippi 24,348 198,376 48,590 246,966 Missouri 25,917 253,148 54,161 307,309 Montana 3,617 48,919 7,277 56,196 Nebraska 5,875 60,296 11,714 72,010 Nevada 18,102 339,899 35,939 375,838 New Hampshire 6,973 108,935 15,767 124,702 New Jersey 33,290 586,650 75,655 662,305 New Mexico 7,347 108,286 14,703 122,989 New York 192,193 1,824,663 416,155 2,240,818 North Carolina 43,221 558,978 90,134 649,112 North Dakota 3,277 35,613 5,896 41,509 Ohio 42,363 617,480 89,225 706,705 Oklahoma 32,127 135,504 65,567 201,071 Oregon 27,514 487,159 51,053 538,212 Pennsylvania 69,408 913,268 131,924 1,045,192 Rhode Island 2,920 88,562 6,803 95,365 South Carolina 24,950 240,276 54,849 295,125 South Dakota 3,410 22,588 7,301 29,889 Tennessee 26,041 322,094 54,031 376,125 Texas 128,105 1,301,355 262,170 1,563,525 Utah 5,455 82,005 11,683 93,688 Vermont 1,480 50,095 3,679 53,774 Virginia 58,591 378,641 103,290 481,931 Washington 53,280 630,477 193,399 823,876 West Virginia 4,762 102,112 9,788 111,900 Wisconsin 28,308 292,699 59,595 352,294 Wyoming 2,298 18,713 4,601 23,314

Notes:?Initial claims for the week ending May 23 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, May 28, 2020

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Table 2

New and cumulative Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) claims by state: PUA claims filed and number of workers either receiving PUA benefits or waiting for approval during the week ending May 23

State Most recent week initial claims: 05/23/2020 Most recent continued claims claims: 05/09/2020 Total initial claims – most recent 3 weeks Total currently receiving or applied for PUA
Alabama 0 0 0 0
Alaska 0 0 0 0
Arizona 0 0 0 0
Arkansas 0 0 0 0
California 112,791 1,148,937 344,182 1,493,119
Colorado 7,633 96,779 23,393 120,172
Connecticut 7,450 65,560 23,691 89,251
Delaware 0 0 0 0
Washington D.C. 0 0 0 0
Florida 0 0 0 0
Georgia 0 0 0 0
Hawaii 0 0 0 0
Idaho 5,193 4,561 6,118 10,679
Illinois 74,515 159,646 89,965 249,611
Indiana 0 67,577 95,318 162,895
Iowa 4,552 16,186 11,408 27,594
Kansas 0 0 0 0
Kentucky 0 0 0 0
Louisiana 3,396 118,817 46,140 164,957
Maine 7,043 35,713 18,531 54,244
Maryland 15,448 170,722 48,727 219,449
Massachusetts 115,952 1,184,792 334,010 1,518,802
Michigan 165,230 1,642,002 499,516 2,141,518
Minnesota 3,036 78,807 11,599 90,406
Mississippi 0 0 0 0
Missouri 7,787 89,665 21,586 111,251
Montana 2,466 31,028 9,441 40,469
Nebraska 1,700 20,206 3,211 23,417
Nevada 27,399 0 64,966 64,966
New Hampshire 0 0 0 0
New Jersey 103,220 302,590 243,716 546,306
New Mexico 3,253 49,504 11,106 60,610
New York 177,684 226,631 480,856 707,487
North Carolina 42,002 59,343 137,409 196,752
North Dakota 638 8,142 2,305 10,447
Ohio 134,468 592,141 178,626 770,767
Oklahoma 3,016 0 3,016 3,016
Oregon 0 0 0 0
Pennsylvania 60,750 721,664 192,394 914,058
Rhode Island 3,768 35,932 12,717 48,649
South Carolina 19,706 98,189 37,268 135,457
South Dakota 901 2,892 2,469 5,361
Tennessee 3,390 79,363 13,174 92,537
Texas 43,997 166,633 131,720 298,353
Utah 2,600 10,169 4,111 14,280
Vermont 0 0 0 0
Virginia 13,906 193,227 13,906 207,133
Washington 61,471 310,163 131,424 441,587
West Virginia 0 0 0 0
Wisconsin 8,591 0 24,243 24,243
Wyoming 897 1,537 3,456 4,993

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, May 28, 2020

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