United States Initial Jobless claims

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United States Initial Jobless claims: 222 (-7.11%)
Last Update: November 30, 2024

United States Initial Jobless claims closed down 222 as of November 30, 2024 from 239 from the previous month and 232 from last year.


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United States Initial Jobless claims

DateValues
2024-11-30 222
2024-10-31 239
2024-09-30 234
2024-08-31 239
2024-07-31 243
2024-06-30 229
2024-06-08 242
2024-06-01 229
2024-05-31 221
2024-05-25 221
2024-05-18 216
2024-05-11 223
2024-05-04 232
2024-04-27 209
2024-04-20 208
2024-04-13 212
2024-04-06 212
2024-03-30 222
2024-03-23 212
2024-03-16 212
2024-03-09 212
2024-03-02 210
2024-02-24 213
2024-02-17 200

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United States Initial Jobless claims Statistics


IndicatorSymbolActualPreviousM/M%Y/Y%TrendSlopePercentileUpdate
Initial Jobless claimsus.joblessclaims222.0239-7-4DownDown392024-11-30

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What is the United States Initial Jobless claims

United States Initial Jobless claims refer to the number of individuals who have filed for unemployment benefits for the first time during a specific period, typically on a weekly basis. These claims are a key economic indicator that can provide insight into the overall health of the labor market and the economy as a whole. A high number of initial jobless claims may indicate that there is a significant number of individuals losing their jobs, which could signal economic instability. Conversely, a low number of initial jobless claims may suggest a strong job market and economic growth. Policymakers and analysts closely monitor these figures to assess the impact of economic trends and make informed decisions regarding economic policies and interventions.