It also includes the rate of “recipiency” for each state in the fourth quarter of 2019. That’s the percentage of unemployed people actually getting help in the form of regular benefits. Those missing out include people who didn’t apply but also people who don’t qualify under the state’s rules — and people who have exhausted their benefits without finding more work.
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