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Emergency Unemployment Insurance Benefits Deadline Extended

Emergency unemployment benefits provide temporary income for those who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own.

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Unemployment Continues to Decline for Texas, Lubbock

Major job gains in Lubbock were in retail trade and government.

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Unemployment Drops for Texas, Lubbock for October 2012

The unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 percent in Lubbock, down from last month’s 5 percent.

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Unemployment Rate Drops in Lubbock, Across Texas

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for the state dipped to 6.8 percent for September 2012, down from August’s 7.1 percent, and down from September 2011’s 7.9 percent.

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August Unemployment Rate Drops For Lubbock & South Plains, Remains Steady for Texas

Job losses were seen in some sectors in the Lubbock MSA, with the service providing sector losing 600 jobs from July 2012 into August.

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Unemployment Rate Drops for Texas, Remains Flat in Lubbock

The number of unemployed for July of this year is only slightly higher than last months, showing 9,672 people unemployed across the Lubbock MSA, barely up from June’s 9,643.

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Unemployment Numbers Climb for Texas, Lubbock

Statewide, Texas’ unemployment rate rose to a seasonally adjusted 7.0 percent for June, up from May 2012’s 6.9 percent, and still down from June 2011’s 8.6 percent.

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More Jobs Being Added Across Texas in May; Unemployment Rate Flat

The state's unemployment rate remained flat in May, as the state continued to add jobs.

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Employment Numbers Up for Lubbock, South Plains

The only Lubbock sector to shrink is local government, which dropped from April 2011’s 15,000 to April 2012’s 14,800, a 1.3 percent decrease.

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Odessa, Lubbock Ranked Among Top Cities for Job Growth

The group chooses how well a region can grow by looking at the metropolitan statistical area’s monthly employment data. Lubbock’s metropolitan statistical area includes Lubbock and Crosby Counties.

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