Florida Stopped Paying Federal Unemployment Benefits to the Jobless – En Español

But a recent analysis from the Indeed job site found that states that ended federal benefits early have not necessarily seen an increase in job applicants. According to the report released this week, in Alaska, Iowa, Mississippi and Missouri, which ended the program on June 12, job searches are about 4% below the national average. And in the eight states that ended benefits on June 19 (Alabama, Idaho, Indiana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming), job search activity is about 1% lower.

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