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  • 8/21/2023

    Washington’s economy lost an estimated 6,400 jobs (seasonally adjusted) and the monthly unemployment rate decreased to 3.6% in July.

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  • 7/19/2023

    Washington’s economy gained an estimated 11,900 jobs (seasonally adjusted) and the monthly unemployment rate decreased to 3.8% in June.

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  • 6/28/2023

    Washington’s average annual wage grew by 2% in 2022 to $84,167, according to the state Employment Security Department. Average wage growth slowed in 2022 compared to 2021, when average wages grew by 10.6% — the second largest increase on record.

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  • 6/21/2023

    Starting July 1, employers will begin deducting premiums from Washington workers’ paychecks for the WA Cares Fund, the state’s new long-term care insurance program.

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  • 6/14/2023

    In May, Washington’s economy gained an estimated 2,900 jobs (seasonally adjusted) and Washington’s monthly unemployment rate decreased to 4.1%.

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  • 5/31/2023

    More than 103,000 Washington employers could benefit from the protections offered by SharedWork, a groundbreaking compensation program that Washington launched 40 years ago, but they have not applied.

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  • 5/24/2023

    Starting July 1, employers will begin deducting premiums from Washington workers’ paychecks for the WA Cares Fund, the state’s new long-term care insurance program.

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  • 5/17/2023

    Washington’s economy gained an estimated 6,100 jobs (seasonally adjusted) in April. Washington’s monthly unemployment rate decreased slightly to 4.3% in April.

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