Spring - Klein Edition | May 2020

SPRING KLEIN EDITION

VOLUME 7, ISSUE 2  MAY 8JUNE 5, 2020

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High unemployment casts unclear future for businesses, local workers

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AWEEKOF TEXAS UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS BY INDUSTRY = 1% of estimated claims by industry for the week ending April 18

Arts, entertainment and recreation Information Finance and insurance

TOTAL ESTIMATED CLAIMS APRIL 1218 199,979 NOTE: OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DATA IS EXCLUDED FROM TOTAL.

Real estate rental and leasing

Mining Education services

The two hardest-hit industries include 21,201 residents, or

Wholesale trade

Professional, scientic and technical services Transportation and warehousing

21.91%

of the civilianworkforce within Spring ISD boundaries and 26,787 residents, or

Construction

Other services Manufacturing

20.84%

Health care and social assistance Administrative, support and waste disposal services

of the civilianworkforce within Klein ISD boundaries. SOURCES: U.S. CENSUS BUREAU 2018 ANNUAL COMMUNITY SURVEY 5YEAR ESTIMATES, TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSIONCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Other

Retail trade Accommodation and food services

Between Feb. 16-April 25, Texas Workforce Commission estimates as of press time May 1 show the most unemployment claims were led statewide during the week ending April 25. A WEEKLY BASIS

Unemployment claims iled

45

77389

437,300

MARCH 18APRIL 18: A MONTH OF UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS BY ZIP CODE

1,272

249

77373

99 TOLL

2920

313,832

3,316

UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS * *INCLUDES OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DATA AND TWC ESTIMATES

Harris County 203,744

2,440

77388

3,350

77379

158,364

77070

77090

2,592

In one month, more than 18,000 residents within the nine ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper ’s Spring and Klein coverage area led for unemployment insurance with the Texas Workforce Commission.

2,356

77068

7,053

6,368

610

77069

926

77066

April 25

Feb. 22

March 7

March 21*

April 4*

1960

1,776

2020 WEEK ENDING

SOURCE: TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSIONCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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SOURCE: TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSIONCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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