Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell to a seasonally adjusted 290,000 for the week ended October 16.
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Nonfarm payrolls increased 194,000 last month, a report from the US Department of Labor showed Friday.
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Some economists believe the expiration of federal jobless benefits could be behind last week’s initial claims rise.
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The drop in initial claims happened despite job market headwinds from the Delta variant of the coronavirus.
The US had a record 10.9 million job openings on the last day of July, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said on Wednesday.
‘The measures we’ve taken so far have brought America out of an economic free-fall,’ US President Joe Biden said Friday.
The spike in infections has also curbed consumer activity and disrupted in-person schooling and return-to-office plans.