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  • 3/10/2022

    The application filing deadline for Disaster Unemployment Assistance has been extended to April 8, 2022, for qualifying workers affected by the November flooding and mudslides. The deadline was originally set for March 9, 2022, but the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) approved an extension.

  • 3/2/2022

    OLYMPIA – Washington’s economy added 5,700 jobs in January. Between December and January, the preliminary seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate fell slightly to 4.4%.

  • 2/24/2022

    The Paid Family and Medical Leave advisory committee will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, March 1, 2022, from 10 a.m.-noon. The meeting is open to the public by remote participation only. More information and participation details are available in the agenda.

  • 2/7/2022

    Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) has been activated to help workers impacted by the floods in specific counties and tribal lands from Nov. 5 to Dec. 2, 2021. The federal declaration for the November storm events occurred on Jan. 5, 2022, and DUA benefits can be paid retroactively for weeks you were unemployed as a direct result of the disaster.

  • 1/27/2022

    Gov. Jay Inslee has signed two bills, House Bill 1732 and House Bill 1733, which make changes to the WA Cares Fund, a first-of-its-kind program ensuring all Washingtonians have access to affordable long-term care when they need it.

  • 1/19/2022

    Washington’s economy added 14,000 jobs in December. Between November and December, the preliminary seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent.

  • 1/6/2022

    For the 4-week moving average ending Jan. 1, 2022, compared to the previous 4-week moving average:
    - Regular initial claims increased by 1,826 to a total of 7,490. As with the previous 4-week moving average, the increase is likely due to seasonal layoffs, primarily in the construction and agriculture industries.
    - Regular continued claims increased by 3,713 to a total of 49,848.

  • 12/15/2021

    Washington’s economy added 12,800 jobs in November. Between October and November, the preliminary seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate fell 4.7 percent.

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