Initial jobless claims fall
Initial claims for unemployment benefits in Nevada during December fell 7.3 percent from their level a year earlier, the state’s Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation said last week.
Bill Andersen, chief economist for the department, said the figures are a sign that the labor market is continuing to firm.
For all of 2012, initial claims for unemployment insurance in Nevada ran 6.3 percent lower than a year earlier.
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