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TABLE A-4. Employees in nonagricultural establishments, by industry division and selected groups, seasonally adjusted
TABLE A-5. Production workers in manufacturing industries, by major industry group, seasonally
TABLE A-6. Unemployment insurance and employment service program operations 1
[All items except average benefit amounts are in thousands]
New applications for work..
State unemployment insurance programs: Initial claims 4.
Insured unemployment' (average weekly volume)...
Rate of insured unemployment.
Total benefits paid..
Unemployment compensation for ex-servicemen: 78
Insured unemployment (average weekly volume)..
Weeks of unemployment compensated.. Total benefits paid..
Unemployment compensation for Federal civilian employees:**
$33. 67 $33.30 $33.12 $33.36 $32.91 $239, 562 $310, 246 $287, 245 $314, 884 $218, 477 $190, 883 $180, 938 $185, 008 $237, 168 $223, 978 $264, 448|$320, 089|$362, 539
Weeks of unemployment compensated... Total benefits paid..
Includes data for Puerto Rico, beginning January 1961 when the Commonwealth's program became part of the Federal-State UI system. Includes Guam and the Virgin Islands.
Initial claims are notices filed by workers to indicate they are starting periods of unemployment. Excludes transitional claims. Includes interstate claims for the Virgin Islands.
Number of workers reporting the completion of at least 1 week of unemployment.
The rate is the number of insured unemployed expressed as a percent of the average covered employment in a 12-month period.
Excludes data on claims and payments made jointly with other programs. Includes the Virgin Islands.
Excludes data on claims and payments made jointly with State programs. 10 An application for benefits is filed by a railroad worker at the beginning of his first period of unemployment in a benefit year; no application is required for subsequent periods in the same year.
11 Payments are for unemployment in 14-day registration periods. 12 The average amount is an average for all compensable periods, not adjusted for recovery of overpayments or settlement of underpayments. is Adjusted for recovery of overpayments and settlement of underpay. ments.
14 Represents an unduplicated count of insured unemployment under the State, Ex-servicemen and UCFE programs and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security for all items except railroad unemployment insurance, which is prepared by the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board.
TABLE B-1. Labor turnover rates, by major industry group -Continued
1 Beginning with the December 1961 issue, figures differ from those previously published. The industry structure has been converted to the 1957 Standard Industrial Classification, and the printing and publishing industry and some seasonal manufacturing industries previously excluded are now included.
Data include Alaska and Hawall beginning in January 1959; this inclusion has not significantly affected the labor turnover rates.
Month-to-month changes in total employment in manufacturing and nonmanufacturing industries as indicated by labor turnover rates are not comparable with the changes shown by the Bureau's employment series for the following reasons: (1) the labor turnover series measures changes during the