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News release year:

  • 1/28/2010

    OLYMPIA – Tax-filing season is bringing $35 million of good news to Washington employers who hired certain hard-to-place job seekers in 2009. That’s the amount of Work Opportunity Tax Credits that more than 4,300 employers in Washington can deduct from their 2009 federal income taxes.

  • 1/25/2010

    OLYMPIA – More than 20,000 Washington workers got paychecks instead of pink slips in 2009 by participating in the state Employment Security Department’s Shared-Work Program.

  • 1/20/2010

    OLYMPIA– Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to an estimated 9.5 percent in December, up from a revised rate of 9 percent in November. Employment shrank by an estimated 3,800 jobs in December, compared to a revised loss of about 1,100 in November.

  • 1/5/2010

    OLYMPIA – Heading into the busiest time of year for Washington’s unemployment-claims call center, the Employment Security Department has added a telephone service that gives customers the option of being called back instead of waiting on hold, without losing their place in line.

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