In the first weeks of April, a record number of people applied for unemployment benefits in North Carolina.
A record-high 9.3 million people applied this past week, more than half of them in North Dakota.
It is the largest amount of applications received since the U.S. Labor Department began tracking applications in January.
The North Dakota application was the second-highest amount of any state, followed by North Dakota and Pennsylvania.
The application for unemployment benefit in North Texas was the fourth-highest in the country, followed closely by West Virginia, which received 1.7 million applications.
That is about 40% more applications than North Dakota received in all of January.
North Dakota’s unemployment rate is now 7.1%.
The unemployment applications for North Dakota came from more than 70,000 people, and a record 11.5% of the applications were from the state’s urban counties.
It was the highest total in North Dakotas history.
About 2.2 million people apply for unemployment every year.
The application is processed in two phases, and the state has about 25,000 unemployment cases open.
The unemployment rate in North North Dakota is 6.7%.
The state’s unemployment claims are down more than 25% from a year ago.
They dropped 9,000 from a month ago to 9,919.
About 16,000 of those cases are in North Krasnodar County.
In addition to North Dakota, other states with large counties are in the spotlight, including Michigan, Texas and Ohio.
North Dakota unemployment applications increased by 6.2% from January to April.
North Dakots unemployment rate has dropped from 7.7% to 6.1% from April to May.
North Kasnodars unemployment rate decreased from 9.5 percent to 9.4 percent.
North Texas has seen the biggest increase in unemployment applications, up 17%.
North Dakota had the highest unemployment claims in the nation last month.
About 1.2 percent of the state claimed unemployment benefits.
The national average unemployment rate for March was 7.3%.
The national unemployment rate was 7% in February, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The national average rate was 8.7 percent in March, according