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Florida's initial unemployment claims show slight improvement

bizjournals Thursday, 2 July 2020
Florida saw a slight decrease in week-over-week first-time unemployment claims for the week ending June 27 — but it still ranked among the worst five states. Total first-time claims in Florida were 84,608, down from 95,683 the previous week, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Florida was No. 5 in the nation for the week, behind California (279,341), Georgia (115,750), Texas (96,141) and New York (90,323). Florida has been reopening slowly since May, but a rise in recent cases has caused…
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