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Greek unemployment rate at 12.1% in June

Greek City Times 12 Aug 2022
Greek unemployment rate eased to 12.1% of the workforce in June, from 12.5% in May and 15% in June 2021, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Wednesday ... The unemployment rate among women was 15.9% (19% in 2021) and among men 9% (11.8%) ... economy, finance, Greece news, Greek economy, Greek finance, Greek news, Greek unemployment.
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Dan Walters | How California mistreated workers who lost jobs in pandemic

Times Standard 10 Aug 2022
It also hints that something must be done about the deplorable condition of the Unemployment Insurance Fund, which is financed by payroll taxes on employers ... That would require procedural overhauls and technological upgrades, but also doing something about the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
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How California mistreated workers who lost jobs in pandemic | Dan Walters

Longview News-Journal 10 Aug 2022
It also hints that something must be done about the deplorable condition of the Unemployment Insurance Fund, which is financed by payroll taxes on employers ... That would require procedural overhauls and technological upgrades, but also doing something about the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
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Diokno: PH job market improving

The Manila Times 10 Aug 2022
THE country's job market continues to improve despite the 6-percent unemployment rate in June 2022, Finance Secretary Benjamin Diokno said on Wednesday ... Despite that, the month-to-month unemployment rate in June 2022 stayed steady at 6 percent, or 2.99 million Filipinos out of 49.58 million people in the labor market ... ....
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How California mistreated workers who lost jobs in pandemic

Press Telegram 09 Aug 2022
It also hints that something must be done about the deplorable condition of the Unemployment Insurance Fund, which is financed by payroll taxes on employers ... That would require procedural overhauls and technological upgrades, but also doing something about the Unemployment Insurance Fund.
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California unemployment checks: New report explores why they’re often so hard to get

The Daily Democrat 09 Aug 2022
unemployment benefits ... Making sure unemployment benefits work effectively isn’t just important for workers who have been laid off — it’s important for the whole economy, said Irena Asmundson, a research scholar at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and former chief economist for California’s Department of Finance.
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California unemployment checks: Why they’re often so hard to get

Orange County Register 09 Aug 2022
She added that she hoped that would lead to “major advances in how quickly the department can assess threats and resolve claims.” Making sure unemployment benefits work effectively isn’t just important for workers who have been laid off — it’s important for the whole economy, ...
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Agreement Reached To End Mass Protests In Ecuador

OWP 09 Aug 2022
peace in our country.” ... Ecuador is an oil producing country, but citizens have struggled with unemployment and poverty, which has been worsened by a dramatic increase in fuel prices since 2020. A financing deal worth $6.5 billion USD between the Ecuadorian government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is due to end later in 2022 ... ....
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Washington ranked No. 19 state in the nation for decreased unemployment claims

Santa Barbara News-Press 08 Aug 2022
19 in terms of states where unemployment claims have decreased the most, according to a recent study by WalletHub. The personal finance website examined unemployment insurance initial claims for several key weeks to determine its ordering of all 50 states and the District of Columbia ... The 10 states where unemployment rates are decreasing the most..
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ALEX BRUMMER: Spiking national insurance hike is right

This is Money 08 Aug 2022
The 1.25 per cent NHS and Social Care levy on employers and employees was portrayed as a fix for the UK's well-established social care problems ... If it causes companies to stop hiring or leads to redundancy, it could contribute to higher unemployment. This will increase pressure on the public finances as welfare payments rise ... ....
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ALEX BRUMMER: Far from causing more inflation, removing national insurance surcharge could reduce price levels ...

The Daily Mail 08 Aug 2022
Spike the hike. Conservative leadership favourite Liz Truss ... Far from causing more inflation, removing the NIC surcharge could actually reduce price levels ... If it causes companies to stop hiring or leads to redundancy, it could contribute to higher unemployment. This will increase pressure on the public finances as welfare payments rise ... Share ... No fees ... .
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Parliament 'dysfunctional', democracy 'gasping for breath', says Chidambaram

The Telegraph India 07 Aug 2022
Shah had linked Congress leaders' protest in black clothes over the issues of price rise, unemployment and GST hike to what he said was the party's "appeasement" politics to convey its opposition to the Ram temple foundation stone laying by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 5 in 2020 ... "Our concerns were rising prices and rampant unemployment.
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Veering to conclusion Parliament 'dysfunctional'; democracy 'gasping for breath': ChidambaramChidambaram dismissed Home Minister Amit Shah's ...

Deccan Herald 07 Aug 2022
Shah had linked Congress leaders' protest in black clothes over the issues of price rise, unemployment and GST hike to what he said was the party's "appeasement" politics to convey its opposition to the Ram temple foundation stone laying by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 5 in 2020 ... "Our concerns were rising prices and rampant unemployment.
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Veering to conclusion Parliament 'dysfunctional'; democracy 'gasping for breath': P Chidambaram

The Times of India 07 Aug 2022
Shah had linked Congress leaders' protest in black clothes over the issues of price rise, unemployment and GST hike to what he said was the party's "appeasement" politics to convey its opposition to the Ram temple foundation stone laying by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 5 in 2020.
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Veering to conclusion Parliament ‘dysfunctional’; democracy ‘gasping for breath’: Chidambaram

Indian Express 07 Aug 2022
Shah had linked Congress leaders’ protest in black clothes over the issues of price rise, unemployment and GST hike to what he said was the party’s “appeasement” politics to convey its opposition to the Ram temple foundation stone laying by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 5 in 2020.

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