The Georgia Department of Labor has processed over 4.3 million unemployment claims in the past year leading to the issuance.
Georgia’s unemployment rate dropped by a miniscule percentage in December, but it brought praise by the Georgia Department of Labor.
The number of unemployed persons climbed slightly in the last month of 2020, according to numbers released by Georgia Labor.
Recently, Georgia’s 13-week Insured Unemployment Rate fell below the threshold for the State Extended Benefit (SEB) program to remain available.
In Gordon County, the unemployment rate decreased by 0.3 percentage points, bringing the rate to 4.2 percent. A year ago,.
A decision by Governor Brian Kemp to redirect CARES Act funding in hopes of avoiding an unemployment tax increase has.