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WEEKLY BENEFIT OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES UNDER STATE LAWS

(SELECTED STATES)

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METROPOLITAN AREA, WHICH INCLUDES NEARBY MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA. 'EXCLUDES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA METROPOLITAN AREA.
* THESE SELECTED STATES REPRESENT 58% OF ALL FEDERAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES IN CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, ALASKA AND HAWAII, AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1953;

PROVISIONS OF STATE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE LAWS AS OF JUNE 1, 1954,
SOURCE: U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
OUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE SERVICE
Div. OF PROQRAM POLICY & LEGISLATION

TABLE 1.-Effect of size-of-firm restrictions of State unemployment-insurance laws

on number of workers covered, by State, March 1951

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131, 924
100, 589

8 in 20 weeks.
1 at any time..
3 in 20 weeks.
1 in 10 days..
1 at any time.
8 in 20 weeks.
4 in 13 weeks.
1 in 20 weeks.
1 at any time.
8 in 20 weeks.

do.
1 at any time.

do
6 in 20 weeks.
8 in 20 weeks.
8 in 15 weeks.
8 in 20 weeks.
4 in 3 quarters.
4 in 20 weeks..
8 in 20 weeks.
1 at any time.
1 in 13 weeks.
8 in 20 weeks..

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0 279, 299 142, 561 109, 215 81, 301 35, 551 34,589 35, 617

51 States.
35 States
Alabama.
Alaska.
Arizona.
Arkansas 8
California 5
Colorado..
Connecticut.
Delaware 6
District of Columbia.
Florida..
Georgia
Hawaii.
Idaho 6
Illinois.
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas.
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Maine..
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan.
Minnesota.
Mississippi.
Missouri
Montana 5.
Nebraska.
Nevada
New Hampshire.
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota
Ohio.
Oklahoma.
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island.
South Carolina
South Dakota.
Tennessee
Texas.
Utah 6
Vermont.
Virginia.
Washington.
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming 6

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34, 409, 211
24,794, 710

430, 464

21, 181 119, 216

235, 527 2, 677, 579

212, 548 663, 041 105, 027 224, 563 459, 249 564, 770 91, 891

92,011
2, 423, 239

981, 218
354, 652
277, 976
405, 755
472, 641
· 167, 970

591, 904
1,482, 463
1, 741, 921

553, 366
189, 998
809, 905
96, 456
168, 623

37, 278
129, 476
1,373, 976

104, 588 4, 443, 576 695, 839

43, 466 2, 303, 896

288, 940

311, 548
3, 162, 226

247, 747
337, 607

49, 175
519, 975
1,306,185
127, 791

61, 273 529, 837 514, 269 380, 740 774, 902 49, 747

0 230, 006 60, 095 49, 445 153, 575

0 55, 754

0 11, 357 102, 833

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1 in 20 weeks.
8 in 20 weeks.
1 at any time.
4 in 20 weeks.

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1 at any time.
4 in 15 days.
8 in 20 weeks.

do..
3 at any time.
8 in 20 weeks.
4 in 6 weeks..
1 at any time.
4 in 20 weeks.
8 in 20 weeks..

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1 at any time.
8 in 20 weeks.

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1 at any time.
8 in 20 weeks..
6 in 18 weeks.
1 at any time.

0 28.7 17.8 0 0 11.5 14.5 30.8 29. 2 8.8 7.3 21.2 0 0 13.2 10.9 26.0 19.0

0 33.1 0 8.8 7.5 0 8.3 15.7 47.6

3.8 27.2 11.0 0 5.9 16.4 51.3 17.5 23.6

0 24.1 19.0

0 14.9 13.7 0

367, 379
108, 903
20, 705
86, 672
78, 567
34, 320

14, 564 55, 458 25, 231 90, 979 308, 780

0 14, 759 100, 912

0 56, 614 105, 799

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1 In effect during 1951. Payroll or other requirements not given. > Data reported by State employment-security agencies. 3 Estimates based on data furnished by Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance. Represents employment of single-unit employers whose March 1951 BOASI employment is less than the minimum number of workers requiring an employer to become subject to the State unemployment-insurance law, for the 35 States with size-of-firm limitations.

With size-of-firm limitations in unemployment-insurance laws.

No data available on number of workers excluded from coverage in those States whose size-of-firm provisions differ from “1 at any time” only by a specified period of time or minimum payroll requirements: in New Mexico, besides requirement of $450 in a calendar quarter, there is the alternative condition of 2 or more in 13 weeks.

• For employers in cities of 10,000 or more: 1 in 20 weeks.

TABLE 2.Effect of size-of-firm restrictions of State unemployment-insurance laws

on number of employers covered, by State, March 1951

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51 States
35 States 3
Alabama.
Arizona
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida.
Georgia
Illinois.
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas.
Kentucky.
Louisiana.
Maine.
Michigan.
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri.
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota
Ohio.
Oklahoma
Oregon...
Rhode Island.
South Carolina.
South Dakota..
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin

1, 492, 808
738, 479

9, 215
7, 249
6,164
21, 349
12, 698
12, 339
56, 078
15, 852
10, 680

7, 936 16, 722 18, 165

4, 601 27, 233 31, 929

6,013 17,820 5, 867 5, 755 44,000 174, 055 15, 057

2, 645 79, 670

8, 946 16, 194 9, 770 6, 121 2,521 11, 201 30, 996

2,060 12, 932 6,830 21, 816

1, 433, 869
1,433, 869

26, 111

6, 293 21, 964 25, 183 48, 077 34, 011 131, 998 53, 842 42, 873 31, 173 20,837 19, 793 14, 592 87, 846 22, 109 17, 133 58, 746 21, 493

6, 924 62, 276 223, 454 37, 723

8, 230 65, 832 29, 332 20, 504

8, 906 19, 166

9,950 32, 085 112, 977

5, 922 36, 785 21, 370 48, 629

2, 926, 677
2, 172, 348

35, 326
13, 542
27,858
46, 532
60, 775
46, 350
188, 076
69, 694
53, 553
39, 109
37, 559
37, 958
19, 193
115, 079

54, 038 23, 146 76, 566 27, 360 12, 679 106, 276 397, 509 52, 780 10, 875 145, 502 38, 278 36, 698 18, 676 25, 287 12, 471 43, 286 143, 973

7,982 49, 717 28, 200 70, 445

49.0 66.0 73.9 46.5 77.9 54.1 79.7 73.4 70.2 77.3 80.1 79.1 55.5 52. 1 76.0 76.3 40.9 74.0 76.7 78.6 54.6 58.6 56. 2 71.5 75.7 45. 2 76.6 55.9 47.7 75.8 79.8 74.1 78.5 74. 2 74.0 75.8 69. O

1 Data reported by State employment-security agencies.

2 Estimates based on date furnished by Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance. Represents singleunit employers whose March 1951 BOASI employment is less than the minimum number of workers requiring an employer to become subject to the State unemployment insurance law, for the 35 States with size-of-firm limitations.

3 35 States with size-of-firm restrictions in unemployment-insurance laws.

TABLE 3.-Effect of size-of-firms restrictions of State unemployment insurance laws

on amount of taxable wages covered, by State, first quarter 1951

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Alabama
Arizona.
Colorado
Connecticut.
Florida.
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa..
Kansas.
Kentucky
Louisiana.
Maine.
Michigan.
Minnesota.
Mississippi.
Missouri.
Nebraska.
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota..
Ohio..
Oklahoma.
Oregon.
Rhode Island.
South Carolina
South Dakota.
Tennessee
Texas.
Vermont.
Virginia
West Virginia.
Wisconsin.

285, 403

92, 588 167, 128 567, 972 309, 619

29, 960

4, 346 30, 238 21, 396 67, 110 42, 597 157, 877 71, 346 51, 657 36, 717 14,736 14, 470 15, 269 129, 889 30, 363 19, 013 72, 591 26, 410

10.5

4.7 18.1

360, 485 2, 184, 687

842, 877 271, 238 215, 861 287, 856 312, 762

118, 922
1,687, 626

430, 232
101, 617
628, 807
122, 722

89, 956
1, 209, 749
4,020, 718
441, 205

30, 498 2, 036, 905

220, 940 266, 602 185, 178 207, 550

34, 476 352, 763 974, 576 44, 697 358, 131 313, 594 648, 690

4, 691 56, 289 213, 381 47, 239

9,970 43, 504 36, 414 19, 139

7, 256 22, 059 11, 714 37, 376 145, 283

6, 680 42, 588 23, 895 52, 572

3.8 21.7 11.8 7.2 8.5 19.0 17.0 5.1 4.6 12.8 7.7 7.1 18.7 11.5 21.5 5.2 4.6 5. 3 10.7 32.7

2.1 16.5 7.2 3.9 10.6 34.0 10.6 14.9 14. 9 11.9 7.6 8.1

Data reported by State employment security agencies. ? Estimates based on data furnished by Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance. Represents taxable wages of single-unit employers whose March 1951 BOASI employment is less than the minimum number of workers requiring an employer to become subject to the State unemployment insurance law, for the 35 States with size-of-firm limitations.

3 35 States with size-of-firm restrictions in unemployment insurance laws.

TABLE 4.-Number of workers excluded by size-of-firm restrictions of State unem

ployment insurance laws, by industry division, 35 States, March 1951 1

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Alabama. Arizona.. Colorado Connecticut. Florida. Georgia. Illinois. Indiana. Iowa... Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine. Michigan. Minnesota Mississippi. Missouri. Nebraska. New Hampshire. New Jersey. New York.. North Carolina North Dakota. Ohio Oklahoma. Oregon Rhode Island. South Carolina South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas. Vermont. Virginia. West Virginia. Wisconsin..

76, 507

8, 556 58, 288 41, 356 133, 753 101, 588 279, 299 143, 626 110, 443 81, 996 35, 860 35, 086 36, 161 231,098 60, 095 50, 120 154, 839 56, 268 11, 471 103, 609 369, 004 109, 797 20, 800 86, 672 79, 088 34, 736 14, 705 55, 974 25, 442 91, 599 312, 009

14,894 102, 183

56, 871 105, 799

659
4, 702

7,417
69 758 226
1,019 6, 691 3,329

5,623 1, 923 124 15, 039 8, 725

133 7, 363 10, 547 1, 206 25, 842 16, 585

835 12, 783 8, 288

522 9, 592 5, 402
2, 073
7, 344

3, 532
680 2,629 1, 291
307

2, 234 1, 534

3, 339 5, 573 615 24, 111 16, 819 115 5, 044 4,877 113 3, 230 5, 116 949 13, 167 9, 507 203 4, 977

2, 474 (5) 1, 287 906

50 12, 240 5, 219 553 22, 941 24, 051 164 9, 297

10, 566 62 1, 483 716 663 8, 736 3,500 2, 915 7, 010 3, 429

71 3, 020 3, 297 (5) 1, 722

994 67 4, 163 5,038 91 1, 976

1, 134
735

7, 345 7, 124
6,795 35, 011 14, 229
(5)
1, 287

1, 611
1, 084 10, 642 7, 139
3,551 3, 877 4,086

253 12, 610 7,855

2,305

180
1,518

847
2,852
2,514
9, 172
4, 201
4, 869
2, 944
1, 244
1,093
1, 631
5,885
2, 706
1, 143
4,719
1,879

444
3, 221
9, 509
3, 530

678 2, 221 2, 180 1, 458

336 1, 492 1,006 2, 214 8, 301

730 3, 512 2, 261 3, 584

35, 826

4,578 | 16, 846 3,546

483 2,872 25,684 4, 222 13, 225 17, 365

2, 948 10, 754 55, 210

9, 945 31, 707 46, 798 5,722 | 22, 092 126, 252 33, 706 58, 089 74, 377 9,309 | 28, 552 59, 566 7, 108 19, 298 42,009 5, 416 15, 485 16, 795 2, 151

8, 961 16, 270 2,095

8, 679 15, 738

1, 900

6, 144 115, 861 12, 122 47, 514 33, 443 3,093

9,072 25, 554 2, 145 9, 566 75, 438 12, 931

32, 080 29, 937 4,088 10, 678

4, 980 698 2,648 44, 803 10, 197 23, 483 151, 218 57, 612 87, 912 51, 310 5, 121 23, 022 12, 503 1, 314 3, 520 36, 524 7,467 26, 322 37, 801 5,052 16, 793 13, 742 2, 117 8, 397

6, 518 1, 040 3,436 27, 792 2,895 10, 799 14, 428

1, 640 4, 351 44, 886 4, 958 20, 097 141, 756 | 17, 305

70, 018 6,767 746 2, 763 45, 311 6, 431 21, 468 25, 163 3,362 12, 237 50, 975

7,305 20, 492

4,174

422
2,600
1, 862
10, 149
6,419
8, 447
5, 281
4,086
3, 193
2, 109
2,874
1,794
8, 171
1, 745
3, 253
6, 048
2,032

496
4, 396
15, 208
6, 697

524 1, 239 3, 908 2, 634

658 3,728

816 4, 240 18, 594

944 6, 596 2, 334 2,725

1 Estimates based on data furnished by Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance.

: Represents employment of single-unit employers whose March 1951 BOASI employment is less than the minimum number of workers requiring an employer to become subject to the State unemployment insurance law, for the 35 States with size-of-firm restrictions. 3 Transportation, communication,

and other public utilities. * Includes agriculture, forestry and fishing, not shown separately; also data for establishments not classified by industry.

Less than 50.

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