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    Jan 1967    
 
 
    Jan 2024
Name Jan 2024 Dec 2023 Jan 2023 Units
NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED
Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs
3,028 Thousands of Persons 3,058 Thousands of Persons 2,568 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
On temporary layoff
876 Thousands of Persons 917 Thousands of Persons 763 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
Not on temporary layoff
2,151 Thousands of Persons 2,140 Thousands of Persons 1,804 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
Permanent job losers
1,556 Thousands of Persons 1,543 Thousands of Persons 1,265 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
Persons who completed temporary jobs
595 Thousands of Persons 597 Thousands of Persons 539 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
Job leavers
794 Thousands of Persons 833 Thousands of Persons 883 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
Reentrants
1,834 Thousands of Persons 1,741 Thousands of Persons 1,799 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
New entrants
550 Thousands of Persons 609 Thousands of Persons 526 Thousands of Persons Thous. of Persons
PERCENT DISTRIBUTION
Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs
48.8 Percent 49.0 Percent 44.4 Percent %
On temporary layoff
14.1 Percent 14.7 Percent 13.2 Percent %
Not on temporary layoff
34.7 Percent 34.3 Percent 31.2 Percent %
Job leavers
12.8 Percent 13.4 Percent 15.3 Percent %
Reentrants
29.5 Percent 27.9 Percent 31.2 Percent %
New entrants
8.9 Percent 9.8 Percent 9.1 Percent %
UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE
Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs
1.8 Percent 1.8 Percent 1.5 Percent %
Job leavers
0.5 Percent 0.5 Percent 0.5 Percent %
Reentrants
1.1 Percent 1.0 Percent 1.1 Percent %
New entrants
0.3 Percent 0.4 Percent 0.3 Percent %
   

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