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Unemployment Statistics

Covid-19 Status by State from the U.S. Census Bureau

 

SSI is Critical for Children with Developmental and Behavioral Disabilities

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Since we are constantly being bombarded by statistics on TV and on social media sites, here are 4 toolkits from the U.S. Census Bureau aimed at children (but don’t be ashamed or scared to learn from them if you’re an adult) to help us learn more at different levels.

Parent/Caregiver Toolkit Easy At-Home Learning With Statistics in Schools – Pre-K

Parent/Caregiver Toolkit Easy At-Home Learning With Statistics in Schools – Elementary Schools

Parent/Caregiver Toolkit Easy At-Home Learning With Statistics in Schools – Middle School

Parent/Caregiver Toolkit Easy At-Home Learning With Statistics in Schools – High School

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The Website Has Been Updated with the August 2022 State, Governor and Senator Unemployment Data

State, Governor and Senator Unemployment

State Unemployment as of August 2022

Three states have a higher number of average monthly number of unemployed in 2022 (thru August) than 2008.

No states have a higher number of average monthly number of unemployed in 2022 (thru August) than 2021.

International Trade

International Trade as of July 2022

 The July 2022, annualized deficit, export and import U.S. International Trade charts have been added to the bottom of this page.

Exports increased in July 2022 from June 2022 ($258.8 to $259.3 billion).  Imports increased in July 2022 from June 2022 ($320.2 to $329.9 billion).  The trade deficit increased in July 2022 from June 2022 ($61.4 billion to $70.6 billion).  I have added the monthly international trade report to the bottom of this page.

National Unemployment Updates

National Unemployment as of August 2022

The total unemployment rate (seasonally adjusted) increased for the month of the August 2022 from July 2022 (3.5% to 3.7%).  The unemployment rates (seasonally adjusted) increased for people with no disabilities (3.3% to 3.5%) but decreased for people with a disability (8.1% to 7.1%).

The August 2022 total unemployment rate (non-adjusted) remained the same as the month of July 2022 (3.8%).  The unemployment rate (non-adjusted) for people with no disabilities also remained the same (3.6%) but decreased for people with a disability (7.8% to 7.7%).

 Unemployment rates for disabled people remains double the rate for non-disabled people (3.5% compared to 7.1% (seasonally adjusted) and 3.6% compared to 7.7% non-seasonally adjusted).

Unemployed Over 52 Weeks

The percentage and number of those unemployed over 52 weeks increased for the month of August 2022 (12.9%) 774,164 from July 2022 (12.0%) 702,285. (See Unemployed 52 Weeks or Longer)

 

2022 Elections

Please check unemployment data by governor and senator on each state unemployment page.

I have also identified governors and senators who are retiring or are up for re-election in 2022.

 There are 36 governors (17 Democrats and 19 Republicans) and 33 senators (13 Democrats and 20 Republicans) who are retiring or are up for re-election in 2022.

Next Updates

Next Updates

The August 2022 municipality unemployment data will be available on September 28th, 2022.

The August 2022 U. S. International Trade update will be available on October 5th, 2022.

The September 2022 national unemployment data will be available on October 7th, 2022.

The September 2022 state, governor and senator unemployment data will be available on October 21st, 2022.

Municipality Unemployment

Municipality Unemployment as of July 2022

 375 of the 393 municipalities (95.4%) have an average monthly number of unemployed lower in 2020 than 2008. (July 2022)

(47 states have lower average monthly number of unemployed lower in 2022 than 2008 in all of their municipalities); 1 state has a higher average monthly number of unemployed in 2022 than 2008 in all of their municipalities)

18 municipalities have a higher average monthly number of unemployed in 2022 than they did in 2008.

1 municipality has a higher average monthly number of unemployed in 2022 than they did in 2021.

 Smoothed Seasonally Adjusted Metropolitan Area Estimates Are Current as of July 2022.

Links to State Governors, U.S. Senators and U.S. House of Representatives

At the top of each state page (both unemployment data and fun facts, is a PDF with links to the governors, U. S. Senators and U.S. House Representative web page along with their phone numbers.  Please let them know how you feel about the job they are doing.

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Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) New Regulations: Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act

OFCCP’s New Regulations to Improve Job Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities


 

PLEASE NOTE: The Number of People Unemployed Over 52 Weeks is initially based on an estimate when the national data comes out each month but is more accurately represented when the state data is available.   The percentages, however, will not change.

July 2022 Goods and Services PressHighlights