Ohio jobless numbers for week a mixed bag


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The latest unemployment numbers reported by the State of Ohio.

The latest unemployment numbers reported by the State of Ohio.


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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohioans filed 15,398 initial traditional unemployment claims last week, which was 2,071 fewer than the previous week.

The state’s residents filed 60,217 continued traditional unemployment claims last week, which was 3,060 more than the previous week.

The total number of traditional claims filed from January 9-15 was 75,615.

Ohio’s unemployment rate in November was 4.8%. The national unemployment rate in November was 4.2%.

Ohio’s labor force participation rate in November was 61.3%. The national labor force participation rate in November was 61.8%.

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The latest unemployment numbers reported by the State of Ohio.
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