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  • 3/15/2011

    OLYMPIA – Washington added an estimated 800 jobs in February and the unemployment rate dipped to 9.1 percent from January’s revised rate of 9.2 percent.

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  • 3/3/2011

    OLYMPIA – Unemployment benefits do more than just pay the bills while laid-off workers seek new employment. They also provide an opportunity to retrain many of those workers to fill jobs in the new economy.

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  • 3/1/2011

    OLYMPIA – Washington’s unemployment rate dipped from 9.3 percent in December to 9.1 percent in January, backed by the strongest month of job growth in more than three years.

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  • 1/25/2011

    OLYMPIA – Electronic tax filing is saving thousands of dollars for employers and the Employment Security Department. Since 2008, the number of paper filers has been cut in half as more employers move to e-filing. About 15 percent of employers, or about 30,000, still file the old-fashioned way – by paper.

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  • 1/20/2011

    OLYMPIA – Washington employers will save an estimated $43 million in federal taxes in 2010 because they hired certain hard-to-place job seekers.

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  • 1/19/2011

    OLYMPIA – Washington added an estimated 2,100 jobs in December, while the estimated unemployment rate increased slightly from 9.2 percent to 9.3 percent. Job numbers and the unemployment rate are derived from separate surveys. Due to margins of error, the surveys sometimes generate conflicting results.

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  • 1/13/2011

    OLYMPIA – The Washington Service Corps, a branch of the state Employment Security Department, will participate in an array of Martin Luther King Jr. Day events beginning on Jan. 15 in communities across Washington.

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  • 1/6/2011

    OLYMPIA – More than 32,000 Washington workers kept earning a paycheck in 2010, thanks to the Employment Security Department’s Shared-Work Program – that’s up from the record 22,000 saved jobs in 2009.

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