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6. Percentage distribution of workers excluded by size-of-firm restrictions of

State unemployment insurance laws, by industry division, 35 States,

March 1951. 7. Percentage distribution of employers excluded by size-of-firm restrictions of

State unemployment insurance laws, by industry division, 35 States,

March 1951. 8. Percentage increase in covered employment if size-of-firm restrictions are

removed from State unemployment insurance laws, by industry division,

35 States, March 1951. 9. Summary distribution of States by minimum size of firms covered under State

laws, specified dates, 1937–54. 10. Contributions: Size-of-firm distribution of rated accounts and assigned con

tribution rates, 48 States, rate years beginning in 1953. 11. Minimum effective period of coverage required under State experience rating

laws and regulations for rate variation of employer contributions. 12. Selected data on unrated employers for tax-rate years beginning in 1953. 13. Paid civilian employment in the executive branch of the Federal Govern

ment, June 1941-December 1953. 14. All separations from Federal employment by type of action, full-time em

ployees, January-December 1949 and 1953. 15. Average monthly separation rates of full-time civilian employees and Wage

Board employees, by selected Federal agencies, January-December 1949

and 1953 (number of separations per 100 employees). 16. Paid civilian employment in the executive branch of the Federal Government,

by State, December 31, 1953, and weekly benefit amount for total unemployment plus maximum potential benefits in a benefit year, for claimants with specified high-quarter and base-period wages, by State, June 1, 1954.

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PERCENT INCREASE IN COVERED EMPLOYMENT

BY COVERAGE OF SMALL FIRMS

ALASKA

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INCREASE IN COVERED EMPLOYMENT
BY COVERAGE OF SMALL FIRMS

MARCH 1951

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KY

39,600

405,600

472,600

LA.

OREG.

34,300

311,500
49,200

S.D.

25,200

43,500

N.D.

20,700

VT.

14,000

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61,300 247,700

R.I.

14,500

129,500

11,400

N. H.
ARIZ.

119,200

., 600

STATES WHERE AMENDMENT OF THE FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT TAX ACT TO COVER EMPLOYERS
KAVING ONE OR MORE INOIVIOVALS IN EMPLOYMENT WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY EFFECTIVE.

UNITED STATUS DEMRUMENT O LADO
DUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT NOURITY
UWEUPLOYMENT ITURANCE KAVIOR
MOORIU POLICIAL.BOSLATION DIVIDI

SOUNORI ESTIWATA BASED ON DATA PURWISHED BY OUREAU OF OLD AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURÁNCE.

NUMBER OF FEDERAL WORKERS, JUNE 1941 – DECEMBER 1953

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2,307,000

2,129,000

2,110,000

2,500,000

2,487,000

2,486,000

1,350,000

2,000,000

1,966,000

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