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Unemployment claims decline again

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) continues to report a decline in continued unemployment claims with the continued claims four-week moving average dropping for the 30th consecutive week.

“After a slight increase in initial claims last week, it is encouraging to see that initial claims declined this week and continued claims have steadily declined for more than 30 weeks,” said Shelley Zumwalt, OESC Executive Director. “This week, we saw a rise in the initial claims four-week moving average, which is to be expected after the increase in initial claims last week. Our team is continuing to put claimants first and ensuring that Oklahomans get the benefits they need.”


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