More Than 4 Million Americans File For Jobless Aid, Bringing Pandemic Total Above 40 MillionMore than 4 million U.S. workers filed for jobless benefits last week, the Labor Department said Thursday. That brings the total number of people applying for aid to more than 40 million since the coronavirus pandemic spread across the nation.
Unemployed New Jersey Residents Trying To Get Benefits: 'The System Is Messed Up. They Need To Improve It'The Labor Department says nearly three million Americans filed unemployment claims last week. That brings the nationwide total to 36 million since the pandemic erupted in March.
Newly Unemployed In Tri-State Exasperated As They Try To Get Benefits; 'I Have Probably Had 4 Or 5 Breakdowns'New unemployment numbers are out. Nearly 3.2 million more people filed for jobless benefits last week.
Nearly 4 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last WeekThe Labor Department's latest report says roughly 3.8 million Americans filed for unemployment last week. The figure, comparatively lower than the last five weeks, brings the six-week total to 30 million U.S. workers filing jobless claims.
Exasperation Grows Over Delays Trying To Sign Up For Unemployment, 'People Have No Food, People Are Talking About Suicide'Many New York and New Jersey residents are losing hope, and are out of cash.
Coronavirus Update: Some Stimulus Checks Are Starting To Arrive, But For Many, It's Money Already SpentAnother 5.2 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, and that brings the total number for the past four weeks to roughly 22 millIon - a staggering number that’s about the same as the population of the state of Florida.
Cuomo Urges Action On Jobs For Young MinoritiesGov. Andrew Cuomo has pledged to combat high unemployment rates for young minorities throughout the state.