Jobless Claims

Jobless Claims,

Jobless Claims Meanings:

  • Unemployment Claims is a weekly statistic published by the Department of Labor that counts those who have received unemployment insurance benefits. There are two types of unemployment rights: first-time applicants and permanent unemployed who have been receiving unemployment benefits for some time. Claims of unemployment benefits are an important starting indicator of the state of employment and the health of the economy.

    • Unemployment insurance claims are a measure of the number of people who are unemployed at the same time.
    • Applications for unemployment benefits are presented in two parts: initial applications for unemployment benefits, who are new candidates for unemployment benefits, and applications for permanent unemployment, who are individuals who continue to receive benefits. Are
    • When more and more people who want to work can't find work, it's usually a bad sign for the economy.

Literal Meanings of Jobless Claims

Jobless:

Meanings of Jobless:
  1. unemployed.

Sentences of Jobless
  1. Thousands of young people are unemployed

Synonyms of Jobless

workless, out of work, unwaged, between jobs, unemployed, out of a job, laid off, without paid employment, without work

Claims:

Meanings of Claims:
  1. State or acknowledge that something has happened, usually without proof or evidence

  2. Formal request or request to say we won or won (some)

  3. Cause of loss (someone's life)

  4. A statement that something is true.

  5. Requests or demands for something appropriate.

Sentences of Claims
  1. The Prime Minister expressed concern about the debt of the Third World

  2. If no one claims the item, it belongs to the Crown

  3. Five people were killed in the attack

  4. Threatened by allegations that he had links to the CIA

  5. The court rejected his asylum application

Synonyms of Claims

state, take, maintain, application, swear, avowal, declare, attest, profess, affirm, representation, declaration, lay claim to, aver, say that one owns, profession, insist, hold, averment, protest, assertion, assert ownership of, protestation, formally request, affirmation, assert, avow, request