NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Nearly 20,000 Tennesseans filed unemployment claims last week.
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development released the latest numbers Thursday, saying 19,925 new claims were filed during the week ending on June 13. The number of continued claims rose to 280,593.
|Week||Week Ending Date||New Claims Filed||Continued Claims|
|10||March 14, 2020||2,702||16.342|
|11||March 21, 2020||39,096||16,098|
|12||March 28, 2020||94,492||34,570|
|13||April 4, 2020||116,141||112,438|
|14||April 11, 2020||74,772||199,910|
|15||April 18, 2020||68,968||267,053|
|16||April 25, 2020||43,792||324,543|
|17||May 2, 2020||37,319||321,571|
|18||May 9, 2020||29,308||325,095|
|19||May 16, 2020||28,692||314,487|
|20||May 23, 2020||26,041||310,126|
|21||May 30, 2020||22,784||302,260|
|22||June 6, 2020||21,417||292,234|
|23||June 13, 2020||19,925||280,593|
|New Claims Since March 15||622,644|
The Department of Labor reported that 1.5 million Americans filed initial claims last week, bringing a 13-week total to about 45 million claims.
Thursday's figures were down about 58,000 from last week's nationwide unemployment filings.
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