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  • 11/16/2022

    OLYMPIA – Washington’s economy gained an estimated 5,400 jobs (seasonally adjusted) in October. Washington’s monthly unemployment rate rose slightly from 3.7% to 3.8% in October.

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  • 11/16/2022

    OLYMPIA – If you’re interested in improving the lives of Port Orchard residents who have disabilities, the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues & Employment (GCDE) wants to hear from you.

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  • 10/20/2022

    Benefits for Washington’s Paid Family & Medical Leave program are an increasingly vital source of support for Washington workers. To keep pace with more people using the program, and as required by law, the premium rate will increase in 2023.

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  • 10/19/2022

    OLYMPIA – Washington’s economy gained an estimated 1,500 jobs (seasonally adjusted) in September. Job growth was highest in the following industries: Transportation, warehousing and utilities, information, professional and business services, financial activities and wholesale trade.

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  • 10/6/2022

    If you are interested in disability justice and want to influence state decision makers, apply to become a volunteer member of the Washington State Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues & Employment (GCDE).

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  • 10/6/2022

    The Employment Security Department (ESD), in partnership with Career Connect Washington (CCW), was recently awarded an Apprenticeship Building America (ABA) grant from the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL). The $5.6 million grant will enable more workers to earn while they learn and find reliable pathways to the middle class.

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  • 9/14/2022

    Washington’s economy gained an estimated 16,100 jobs (seasonally adjusted) in August. Job growth was highest in the following industries: government, education & health services, professional & business services and retail trade.

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  • 8/17/2022

    Washington’s economy gained an estimated 6,600 jobs (seasonally adjusted) in July. Also in July, the preliminary seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate decreased slightly from 3.8 percent to 3.7 percent

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