Characteristics and labor market experience of Oregon unemployment insurance claimants who exhausted their claim, 1956
The Division, 1957 - Business & Economics - 52 pages
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15 percent 27 percent 44 percent 45 years old 56 percent 772 exhaustees Age and Sex base year earnings CLAIMANTS and EXHAUSTEES claimants exhaust CM H Covered Employment Distribution of Exhaustees Ended June 30 Exhaustees and Claimants Exhaustees by Labor-Market EXHAUSTEES by MONTH Exhaustees by Re-employment Exhaustion of Benefits Exhaustions by Industry Expanded female claimants female exhaustees Female Number Percent food processing four months following four percent H H H interim employ January through October Labor Market Status last questionnaire male exhaustees Male Female Number ment month 3rd month months after exhaustion months following exhaustion months Four months months Two months Number Percent Number Oregon Percent Number Percent percent sample Period Ended June POST-EXHAUSTION STUDY Distribution potential duration RE-EMPLOYED EXHAUSTEES Re-employment After Exhaustion Retail Trade sample of claimants Sex and Age six percent Six-month Period Ended third month total claimants total exhaustees unemployed Unskilled weekly benefit amount Withdrawn from labor