Unemployment Claims On A Downward Slope

PositiveNews Since the great financial crises ended in June 2009, the U.S. economy has added 17,890,000 jobs. In today’s initial unemployment claims report,  218,000 workers filed for unemployment income, this is considerably lower than the >245,000 weekly filers at the beginning of the year.  And, the trend of folks claiming insurance benefits has been on a noticeable downward slope.