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On Monday, May 18, the opinion team for The News & Observer and The Charlotte Observer called for Gov. Roy Cooper to take responsibility for North Carolina’s disastrous unemployment insurance system.
On Monday, May 18, the opinion team for The News & Observer and The Charlotte Observer called for Gov. Roy Cooper to take responsibility for North Carolina’s disastrous unemployment insurance system.
 
Unemployment claims are soaring and Governor Roy Cooper continues his war on NC Small Businesses.
 
More than 2.1 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, pushing the total number of people who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus panic above 41 million.
More than 2.1 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, pushing the total number of people who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus panic above 41 million.
 
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told House Republicans in a conference call on Wednesday that the temporary unemployment insurance policy will not be extended past its original end date.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told House Republicans in a conference call on Wednesday that the temporary unemployment insurance policy will not be extended past its original end date.
 
At various times in our state’s history we’ve been compared to Rip Van Winkle, the lethargic sleepy-head, or the Dixie Dynamo,” a fast-moving, progressive economic engine.
At various times in our state’s history we’ve been compared to Rip Van Winkle, the lethargic sleepy-head, or the Dixie Dynamo,” a fast-moving, progressive economic engine.
 
N.C. Senate Republicans aren’t happy with North Carolina’s lagging unemployment insurance system. They think Gov. Roy Cooper is accountable — and they want answers.
N.C. Senate Republicans aren’t happy with North Carolina’s lagging unemployment insurance system. They think Gov. Roy Cooper is accountable — and they want answers.
 
Last weekend, the N.C. Division of Employment Security quietly changed the reporting of unemployment insurance claims, resulting in a significantly lower count of claims activity since March 15.
Last weekend, the N.C. Division of Employment Security quietly changed the reporting of unemployment insurance claims, resulting in a significantly lower count of claims activity since March 15.
 
Nearly 3 million Americans filed for new unemployment benefits last week, pushing the number of people who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic to more than 36.5 million, the Labor Department reported on Thursday.
Nearly 3 million Americans filed for new unemployment benefits last week, pushing the number of people who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic to more than 36.5 million, the Labor Department reported on Thursday.
 
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released “The Employment Situation — April 2020” Friday stating the seasonally adjusted national unemployment rate was 14.7%.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released “The Employment Situation — April 2020” Friday stating the seasonally adjusted national unemployment rate was 14.7%.
 
More than 3.8 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, bringing the six-week total of new jobless claims to 30.3 million, the worst employment crisis since the Great Depression.
More than 3.8 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, bringing the six-week total of new jobless claims to 30.3 million, the worst employment crisis since the Great Depression.
 
As hundreds of protesters marched on the capital to contest statewide stay-at-home orders, Gov. Roy Cooper announced the next steps in addressing the COVID-19 outbreak, including a new executive order to help those out of work.
As hundreds of protesters marched on the capital to contest statewide stay-at-home orders, Gov. Roy Cooper announced the next steps in addressing the COVID-19 outbreak, including a new executive order to help those out of work.
 
After weeks of waiting and hours on the phone, Laura Reich, a Matthews resident and dental hygienist who lost her job March 17, finally got the unemployment pay promised her by North Carolina and the federal government.
After weeks of waiting and hours on the phone, Laura Reich, a Matthews resident and dental hygienist who lost her job March 17, finally got the unemployment pay promised her by North Carolina and the federal government.
 
Roughly two-thirds of restaurant employees have lost their jobs since the outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States, according to an industry study.
Roughly two-thirds of restaurant employees have lost their jobs since the outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States, according to an industry study.
 
About 4.4 million Americans filed fresh unemployment claims this week, bringing the total amount of jobs and paychecks lost since coronavirus shutdowns began to over 26 million.
About 4.4 million Americans filed fresh unemployment claims this week, bringing the total amount of jobs and paychecks lost since coronavirus shutdowns began to over 26 million.
 
Even as many businesses try to get forgivable loans to keep their employees at work, others are furloughing or laying off workers because unemployment benefits through July will be much more generous than whatever the business could pay.
Even as many businesses try to get forgivable loans to keep their employees at work, others are furloughing or laying off workers because unemployment benefits through July will be much more generous than whatever the business could pay.
 
The N.C. Division of Employment Security wants unemployment benefits for independent contractors and self-employed people up and running by April 25.
The N.C. Division of Employment Security wants unemployment benefits for independent contractors and self-employed people up and running by April 25.
 
Ashley Arthur, a Raleigh resident and former software company employee, was laid off in January — before the coronavirus pandemic buried the N.C. Division of Employment Security in new claims from laid-off workers.
Ashley Arthur, a Raleigh resident and former software company employee, was laid off in January — before the coronavirus pandemic buried the N.C. Division of Employment Security in new claims from laid-off workers.
 
With massive unemployment forced on the people of North Carolina by government decree, the State should sharply curtail and preferably halt its state run gambling business.
With massive unemployment forced on the people of North Carolina by government decree, the State should sharply curtail and preferably halt its state run gambling business.
 
North Carolinians who have filed for unemployment insurance because of COVID-19 won’t see payments for at least two weeks, state officials said during a Friday, April 3 news conference.
North Carolinians who have filed for unemployment insurance because of COVID-19 won’t see payments for at least two weeks, state officials said during a Friday, April 3 news conference.
 
A weekly report issued Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor says 73,597 North Carolina workers should receive unemployment insurance benefits for the week ending March 21.
A weekly report issued Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor says 73,597 North Carolina workers should receive unemployment insurance benefits for the week ending March 21.
 
When the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases the March U.S. unemployment figures Friday, you’d think they would reflect the onslaught of applications reported over the past two weeks: 3.3 million the week ending March 21 and 6.6 million last week.
When the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases the March U.S. unemployment figures Friday, you’d think they would reflect the onslaught of applications reported over the past two weeks: 3.3 million the week ending March 21 and 6.6 million last week.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper says the state Division of Employment Security is buried under a “mountain of claims,” receiving more than 20,000 requests for Unemployment Insurance benefits Sunday, March 29.
Gov. Roy Cooper says the state Division of Employment Security is buried under a “mountain of claims,” receiving more than 20,000 requests for Unemployment Insurance benefits Sunday, March 29.
 
Workers are Reminded to Complete their Weekly Certification Each Week to Receive Benefits
 
The Department of Labor reported Thursday that weekly jobless claims soared to a record 3.28 million this week as businesses shut down to slow the spread of coronavirus — the most jobless claims in history and double what experts predicted just last week.
The Department of Labor reported Thursday that weekly jobless claims soared to a record 3.28 million this week as businesses shut down to slow the spread of coronavirus — the most jobless claims in history and double what experts predicted just last week.
 
North Carolinians laid off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak could receive benefits as early as Monday, March 30.
North Carolinians laid off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak could receive benefits as early as Monday, March 30.
 
Council of State didn't approve EO, Forest says; unclear how new UI rules will work
 
North Carolina’s unemployment rate has dropped from the 10.9 percent 2010 high we experienced following The Great Recession to 4.0 percent in October. But that’s not uniform across the state.
North Carolina’s unemployment rate has dropped from the 10.9 percent 2010 high we experienced following The Great Recession to 4.0 percent in October. But that’s not uniform across the state.
 
This week, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, co-sponsored bipartisan legislation to build on efforts to reduce military spouse unemployment and improve access to affordable childcare.
This week, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, co-sponsored bipartisan legislation to build on efforts to reduce military spouse unemployment and improve access to affordable childcare.
 
With a headline unemployment rate of 4 percent and a healthy 2.8 percent jump in inflation-adjusted median household income last year, North Carolinians are better off economically than they have been in many years.
With a headline unemployment rate of 4 percent and a healthy 2.8 percent jump in inflation-adjusted median household income last year, North Carolinians are better off economically than they have been in many years.
 
We're fighting to give every American-all over the country, every single American-a future of dignity and purpose and of pride.
 
Mr. President, are you losing leverage, sir, as Republicans want to reopen the government?
Mr. President, are you losing leverage, sir, as Republicans want to reopen the government?
 
If you are a certain age, it may have been delivering newspapers in the neighborhood
If you are a certain age, it may have been delivering newspapers in the neighborhood
 
The unemployment rate among those with a high school education is 3.9 percent.
The unemployment rate among those with a high school education is 3.9 percent.
 
North Carolina’s economy continues to show strength. Last week the Department of Commerce reported the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for June was 4.2 percent
North Carolina’s economy continues to show strength. Last week the Department of Commerce reported the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for June was 4.2 percent
 
Hickory has a labor shortage. Given our state's recent economic history, that claim may sound incredible. But it's true
Hickory has a labor shortage. Given our state's recent economic history, that claim may sound incredible. But it's true
 
In North Carolina and across the country, rank-and-file Democrats are counting on a big blue wave to wash over congressional, legislative, and local elections this year, as well as over gubernatorial contests in the majority of states that, unlike ours, elect their governors in non-presidential year
In North Carolina and across the country, rank-and-file Democrats are counting on a big blue wave to wash over congressional, legislative, and local elections this year, as well as over gubernatorial contests in the majority of states that, unlike ours, elect their governors in non-presidential year
 
After years of trying but failing to block the implementation of conservative policies in Raleigh, the state's progressive movement has a new rhetorical theme: North Carolina's recent economic performance has been lagging behind that of our neighbors
After years of trying but failing to block the implementation of conservative policies in Raleigh, the state's progressive movement has a new rhetorical theme: North Carolina's recent economic performance has been lagging behind that of our neighbors
 
State Treasurer Dale Folwell knows how to pinch pennies in both his state government role and in his personal life. He showed up at Carolina Journal for an interview with Associate Editor Dan Way, pleased to explain a sack brimming with hot dogs
State Treasurer Dale Folwell knows how to pinch pennies in both his state government role and in his personal life. He showed up at Carolina Journal for an interview with Associate Editor Dan Way, pleased to explain a sack brimming with hot dogs
 
North Carolina's labor market ended 2016 on a strong note. Total employment in the state hit 4,360,200 jobs in December, up two percent from the December 2015 figure
North Carolina's labor market ended 2016 on a strong note. Total employment in the state hit 4,360,200 jobs in December, up two percent from the December 2015 figure
 
There is going to be a dramatic uptick in unemployment as soon as Obama leaves office.
There is going to be a dramatic uptick in unemployment as soon as Obama leaves office.
 
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