Unemployment Claims Decline for the 22nd Consecutive Week

Agency continues to see claims fall below 50,000 OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) continues to report a decline in the initial and continued unemployment claims with the continued claims four-week moving average dropping for the 22nd consecutive week. “It is encouraging to see continued claims drop another week as we head into the holiday season,” said Shelley Zumwalt, Executive Director of OESC. “We are seeing a slight increase in initial claims that we will monitor for indicators of a more significant future trend. There are many different factors at play influencing unemployment claims and benefits including…

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