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A data chart image of Kentucky had highest quits rate in August 2021

Kentucky had highest quits rate in August 2021

October 28, 2021

Kentucky had the highest quits rate in August 2021, at 4.5 percent, followed by Georgia (4.2 percent) and Idaho (4.1 percent). The national quits rate was 2.9 percent in August 2021.

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October 27, 2021

A data chart image of California and Nevada have highest unemployment rates in September 2021, at 7.5 percent

California and Nevada have highest unemployment rates in September 2021, at 7.5 percent

Forty-eight states and the District of Columbia had jobless rate decreases from a year earlier and two states were little changed.

October 26, 2021

A data chart image of Employment up over the year in 47 states and District of Columbia, September 2021

Employment up over the year in 47 states and District of Columbia, September 2021

From September 2020 to September 2021, nonfarm payroll employment increased significantly in 47 states and District of Columbia and was essentially unchanged in 3 states.

October 25, 2021

A data chart image of Median weekly earnings were $916 for women in third quarter 2021, 83.3 percent of men's earnings

Median weekly earnings were $916 for women in third quarter 2021, 83.3 percent of men's earnings

Median weekly earnings of the nation's 115.3 million full-time wage and salary workers were $1,001 in the third quarter of 2021. Women had median weekly earnings of $916, or 83.3 percent of the $1,100 median for men.

October 22, 2021

A data chart image of U.S. import prices up 9.2 percent for the year ended in September 2021

U.S. import prices up 9.2 percent for the year ended in September 2021

U.S. import prices increased 9.2 percent over the year ended September 2021. U.S. export prices advanced 16.3 percent over the past year. Import fuel prices increased 68.7 percent from September 2020 to September 2021, driven by a 70.5-percent advance in petroleum prices and a 61.7-percent rise in natural gas prices.

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