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Table Data - Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation Continued Claims in Wyoming

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Title Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation Continued Claims in Wyoming
Series ID PEUCCCWY
Source U.S. Employment and Training Administration
Release Pandemic Claims Weekly Report
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Weekly, Ending Saturday
Units Number
Date Range 2020-03-28 to 2022-10-22
Last Updated 2022-11-14 7:33 AM CST
Notes Continued claims, also referred to as insured unemployment, is the number of people who have already filed an initial claim and who have experienced a week of unemployment and then filed a continued claim to claim benefits for that week of unemployment. Continued claims data are based on the week of unemployment, not the week when the initial claim was filed.

The Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) program allowed people who have exhausted their unemployment compensation benefits to receive up to 13 additional weeks of benefits, provided they "are able to work, available to work, and actively seeking work." This program was established by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which expanded states' ability to provide unemployment insurance to many workers affected by COVID-19, including people who aren't ordinarily eligible for unemployment benefits.
DATE VALUE
2020-03-28 0
2020-04-04 0
2020-04-11 0
2020-04-18 0
2020-04-25 0
2020-05-02 0
2020-05-09 0
2020-05-16 0
2020-05-23 0
2020-05-30 0
2020-06-06 0
2020-06-13 0
2020-06-20 0
2020-06-27 0
2020-07-04 0
2020-07-11 0
2020-07-18 1476
2020-07-25 1494
2020-08-01 1646
2020-08-08 1634
2020-08-15 1688
2020-08-22 1819
2020-08-29 1963
2020-09-05 1940
2020-09-12 2095
2020-09-19 2289
2020-09-26 2271
2020-10-03 2402
2020-10-10 2582
2020-10-17 2878
2020-10-24 3083
2020-10-31 3347
2020-11-07 3451
2020-11-14 3508
2020-11-21 3405
2020-11-28 3514
2020-12-05 3514
2020-12-12 3426
2020-12-19 3246
2020-12-26 3023
2021-01-02 360
2021-01-09 66
2021-01-16 16
2021-01-23 3720
2021-01-30 3957
2021-02-06 4887
2021-02-13 5123
2021-02-20 5354
2021-02-27 5497
2021-03-06 5661
2021-03-13 5438
2021-03-20 5207
2021-03-27 5164
2021-04-03 572
2021-04-10 4834
2021-04-17 4982
2021-04-24 4969
2021-05-01 5028
2021-05-08 4490
2021-05-15 4836
2021-05-22 4773
2021-05-29 4402
2021-06-05 4448
2021-06-12 4299
2021-06-19 3810
2021-06-26 208
2021-07-03 44
2021-07-10 0
2021-07-17 18
2021-07-24 16
2021-07-31 18
2021-08-07 13
2021-08-14 8
2021-08-21 3
2021-08-28 5
2021-09-04 6
2021-09-11 5
2021-09-18 2
2021-09-25 9
2021-10-02 8
2021-10-09 8
2021-10-16 13
2021-10-23 1
2021-10-30 4
2021-11-06 8
2021-11-13 4
2021-11-20 8
2021-11-27 0
2021-12-04 3
2021-12-11 0
2021-12-18 0
2021-12-25 2
2022-01-01 0
2022-01-08 0
2022-01-15 2
2022-01-22 0
2022-01-29 0
2022-02-05 0
2022-02-12 0
2022-02-19 0
2022-02-26 0
2022-03-05 0
2022-03-12 0
2022-03-19 0
2022-03-26 0
2022-04-02 0
2022-04-09 0
2022-04-16 0
2022-04-23 0
2022-04-30 0
2022-05-07 0
2022-05-14 0
2022-05-21 0
2022-05-28 0
2022-06-04 0
2022-06-11 0
2022-06-18 0
2022-06-25 0
2022-07-02 0
2022-07-09 0
2022-07-16 0
2022-07-23 0
2022-07-30 0
2022-08-06 0
2022-08-13 0
2022-08-20 0
2022-08-27 0
2022-09-03 0
2022-09-10 0
2022-09-17 0
2022-09-24 0
2022-10-01 0
2022-10-08 0
2022-10-15 0
2022-10-22 0

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