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Author:Ullrich, Laura Dawson 

Discussion Paper
Interpreting Unemployment Data in the Time of COVID-19

Since mid-March, a record number of people have become unemployed and filed for unemployment benefits. While both the unemployment rate and the number of unemployment insurance claims have fallen since the peak in April, the number of unemployment claims has been falling at a much slower rate. Policy changes and the unique nature of the COVID-19 pandemic have led to this deviation and may impact the way labor market health is evaluated going forward.
Regional Matters

Discussion Paper
Higher Education in the Wake of COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted traditional higher education institutions and is forcing institutions to make substantial changes to their plans for the coming academic year.
Regional Matters

Journal Article
Community Colleges in the Fifth District: Who Attends, Who Pays?

Econ Focus , Issue 4Q , Pages 27-31

Journal Article
Male Labor Force Participation: Patterns and Trends

Econ Focus , Issue Q1 , Pages 26-30

Discussion Paper
Unemployment Benefits and Changes under the CARES Act

As part of the U.S. response to COVID-19, unemployment insurance recipients are receiving increased weekly payments. For many individuals in the Fifth District, these enhanced unemployment benefits are greater than the wages they earned while at work.
Regional Matters

Discussion Paper
Interpreting Unemployment Data in the Time of COVID-19

Policy changes and the unique nature of the COVID-19 pandemic may impact the way labor market health is evaluated going forward.
Regional Matters

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