Special Report

Every State's Unemployment Claims Since COVID-19 Shut the Economy Down

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Five million Americans filed for unemployment last week, bringing the total number of new jobless claims in the last month to over 20 million. 

The latest round of layoffs is the continuation of a month-long trend, one that began in earnest days after President Donald Trump officially declared a national emergency on March 13, 2020. The increasing number of claims is a sure sign the U.S. is heading into an unemployment crisis of historic proportions. According to estimates released by Economic Policy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank, the unemployment rate may hit nearly 16% by July — higher than at any time since the Great Depression. 

As the number of jobless claims continues to surge with each passing week, 24/7 Wall St. compiled a state-by-state review of jobless claims. Every state has shed tens or hundreds of thousands of jobs over the four weeks beginning on March 15 — amounting to anywhere from 5% to more than 20% of the state’s total labor force. Over the most recent week of data, April 5 to April 11, unemployment claims were anywhere from 8 to 76 times higher than they were in the same week last year, depending on the state. 

The current economic downturn is largely attributable to efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Elected officials across the country have heeded advice from the CDC and instituted a range of measures to facilitate social distancing, from shelter-in-place orders to closing nonessential businesses. These measures, however, have taken a toll on the economy.Here is a look at what countries with some success against the coronavirus are doing to flatten the curve.

The states where unemployment rates are projected to be the highest in the coming months tend to be those that rely on industries that will likely bear the brunt of the economic downturn. These industries include leisure and hospitality, travel services, transportation and warehousing, and oil and gas extraction. Here is an in-depth look at the U.S. industries being devastated by the coronavirus.

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Alabama
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 289,694 (12.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 91,079 (20th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +88,698 (+3,725.2%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 16.8% (21st lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.5% (6th lowest)

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Alaska
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 48,963 (14.2% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 12,752 (5th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +11,760 (+1,185.5%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 21.8% (4th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 17.8% (3rd highest)

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Arizona
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 348,500 (9.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 97,784 (18th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +91,936 (+1,572.1%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.3% (15th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.4% (24th lowest)

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Arkansas
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 133,752 (9.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 34,635 (18th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +33,184 (+2,287.0%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.0% (23rd lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.3% (22nd lowest)

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California
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 2,824,438 (14.5% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 660,966 (the most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +621,537 (+1,576.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.9% (22nd highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.6% (19th highest)

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Colorado
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 233,011 (7.5% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 105,073 (16th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +103,036 (+5,058.2%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 18.6% (19th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.1% (4th lowest)

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Connecticut
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 125,753 (6.6% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 33,962 (17th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +30,508 (+883.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 14.2% (the lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.8% (10th lowest)

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Delaware
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 62,036 (12.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 13,272 (6th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +12,790 (+2,653.5%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.0% (22nd lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.8% (6th highest)

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Florida
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 653,975 (6.4% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 181,293 (7th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +174,948 (+2,757.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 20.1% (6th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.5% (24th highest)

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Georgia
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 853,618 (16.7% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 317,526 (3rd most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +312,278 (+5,950.4%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.7% (9th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.9% (11th lowest)

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Hawaii
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 145,207 (21.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 34,693 (19th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +33,565 (+2,975.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 27.1% (2nd highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 17.8% (3rd highest)

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Idaho
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 95,248 (11.0% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 17,817 (11th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +16,869 (+1,779.4%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 16.1% (16th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.0% (3rd lowest)

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Illinois
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 634,625 (9.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 141,049 (10th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +133,321 (+1,725.2%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 18.8% (17th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.6% (19th highest)

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Indiana
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 444,123 (13.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 118,184 (13th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +115,814 (+4,886.7%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 18.0% (21st highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.0% (16th lowest)

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Iowa
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 207,468 (12.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 46,356 (21st fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +44,520 (+2,424.8%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 14.9% (3rd lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.2% (5th lowest)

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Kansas
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 157,968 (10.7% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 30,769 (16th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +29,471 (+2,270.5%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.8% (14th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.7% (8th lowest)

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Kentucky
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 395,510 (19.2% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 115,763 (14th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +113,655 (+5,391.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.4% (13th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.3% (10th highest)

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Louisiana
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 350,504 (16.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 80,045 (23rd most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +78,158 (+4,141.9%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.5% (12th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 18.0% (2nd highest)

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Maine
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 89,412 (13.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 13,273 (7th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +12,562 (+1,766.8%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.1% (8th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.7% (17th highest)

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Maryland
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 298,610 (9.2% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 60,823 (25th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +58,043 (+2,087.9%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.7% (12th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 13.9% (the lowest)

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Massachusetts
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 572,562 (15.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 103,040 (17th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +98,575 (+2,207.7%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.0% (6th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.1% (18th lowest)

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Michigan
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 1,040,215 (21.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 219,320 (6th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +213,741 (+3,831.2%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 16.4% (17th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.2% (21st lowest)

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Minnesota
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 424,762 (13.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 89,634 (21st most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +86,830 (+3,096.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 14.9% (4th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.0% (16th lowest)

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Mississippi
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 129,546 (10.2% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 46,160 (20th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +45,067 (+4,123.2%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.1% (16th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 17.5% (5th highest)

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Missouri
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 333,780 (10.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 95,785 (19th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +92,961 (+3,291.8%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 16.6% (19th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.7% (17th highest)

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Montana
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 70,793 (13.4% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 13,437 (8th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +12,622 (+1,548.7%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.4% (14th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.3% (10th highest)

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Nebraska
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 83,870 (8.2% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 16,391 (10th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +15,825 (+2,795.9%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.7% (11th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.1% (18th lowest)

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Nevada
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 303,705 (19.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 60,180 (24th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +57,984 (+2,640.4%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 33.5% (the highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 19.7% (the highest)

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New Hampshire
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 123,895 (16.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 23,936 (14th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +23,455 (+4,876.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.1% (9th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.0% (16th lowest)

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New Jersey
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 677,504 (15.2% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 140,600 (11th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +132,959 (+1,740.1%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.4% (24th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.6% (19th highest)

New Mexico
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 91,580 (9.6% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 19,494 (12th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +18,679 (+2,291.9%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 18.8% (18th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.2% (14th highest)

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New York
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 1,186,994 (12.4% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 395,949 (2nd most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +383,818 (+3,163.9%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.1% (7th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.4% (8th highest)

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North Carolina
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 541,584 (10.7% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 137,934 (12th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +134,882 (+4,419.5%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.6% (23rd highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.5% (24th highest)

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North Dakota
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 42,983 (10.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 10,378 (4th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +10,106 (+3,715.4%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.8% (8th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.6% (19th highest)

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Ohio
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 854,006 (14.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 157,218 (8th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +151,983 (+2,903.2%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.0% (24th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.4% (8th highest)

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Oklahoma
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 179,181 (9.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 48,977 (22nd fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +47,153 (+2,585.1%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.9% (7th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.7% (8th lowest)

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Oregon
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 191,270 (9.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 50,930 (23rd fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +46,578 (+1,070.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 16.4% (18th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.5% (24th highest)

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Pennsylvania
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 1,298,125 (20.1% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 238,357 (5th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +226,862 (+1,973.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 16.7% (20th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.6% (7th highest)

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Rhode Island
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 114,695 (20.8% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 22,805 (13th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +22,054 (+2,936.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.1% (25th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.4% (24th lowest)

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South Carolina
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 272,560 (11.5% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 87,686 (22nd most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +85,648 (+4,202.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.6% (10th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.0% (16th lowest)

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South Dakota
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 22,852 (5.0% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 6,152 (2nd fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +6,071 (+7,495.1%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 14.5% (2nd lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.8% (15th highest)

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Tennessee
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 317,535 (9.6% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 74,772 (24th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +72,608 (+3,355.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 20.3% (5th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.8% (15th highest)

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Texas
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 1,020,345 (7.3% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 273,567 (4th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +259,699 (+1,872.6%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 19.6% (11th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.2% (21st lowest)

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Utah
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 105,433 (6.6% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 24,171 (15th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +22,807 (+1,672.1%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 17.0% (25th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.8% (10th lowest)

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Vermont
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 44,369 (12.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 9,478 (3rd fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +8,780 (+1,257.9%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.4% (10th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.0% (16th lowest)

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Virginia
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 412,866 (9.4% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 106,723 (15th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +104,463 (+4,622.3%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.7% (13th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 14.0% (3rd lowest)

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Washington
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 634,526 (16.4% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 150,516 (9th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +143,577 (+2,069.1%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.0% (5th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.2% (21st lowest)

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West Virginia
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 47,148 (6.0% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 14,595 (9th fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +13,637 (+1,423.5%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 18.2% (20th highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.3% (10th highest)

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Wisconsin
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 336,672 (10.9% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 69,884 (25th most)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +65,200 (+1,392.0%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 15.8% (15th lowest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 15.6% (19th highest)

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Wyoming
> Unemployment claims since mid-March: 21,496 (7.5% of labor force)
> Most recent week’s unemployment claims (April 5 – April 11): 4,904 (the fewest)
> Change in weekly claims from one year ago: +4,307 (+721.4%)
> Pct. of workers in high-risk industries: 25.5% (3rd highest)
> Projected unemployment rate, July 2020: 16.3% (10th highest)

Methodology

To determine the number of unemployment claims in each state, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the total initial unemployment claims for each week from the week ending March 21, 2020, through the week ending April 11, 2020 — a total of four weeks. Unemployment claims figures are not seasonally adjusted and are from the Department of Labor.

To calculate unemployment claims from March 15 through April 11 as a share of each state’s labor force, we used the unadjusted number of claims over that four week period and the total size of the labor force (not seasonally adjusted) as of February 2020 from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Employment Statistics.

The identification of high-risk industries comes from a March 2020 paper, “COVID-19: A Fiscal Stimulus Plan,” published by Moody’s Analytics. Employment data by industry came from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages and are annual estimates for 2018.

The projected unemployment rate by state for July 2020 came from a report published by the Economic Policy Institute, a nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank.

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