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Unemployment Insurance participation by education and by race and ethnicity

Alternate Title: 
Participation in Unemployment Insurance: Differences in application rates and receipt among applicants by education and race and ethnicity
Date Added to Library: 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 13:30
Priority: 
high
Individual Author: 
Gould-Werth, Alix
Shaefer, H. Luke
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Published Date: 
October 2012
Published Date (Text): 
October 2012
Publication: 
Monthly Labor Review
Volume: 
135
Issue Number: 
10
Page Range: 
28-41
Year: 
2012
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Abstract: 

Among unemployed workers, the less educated and racial and ethnic minorities are less likely than the highly educated and White non-Hispanics to apply for and to receive unemployment insurance benefits; those who are less educated are also far more likely to perceive themselves as ineligible for benefits for monetary reasons. (author abstract)

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Page Count: 
14
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