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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 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
BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE SERVICE
DIV. OP PROORAM POLICY I LEGISLATION

WEEKLY BENEFIT OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES UNDER STATE LAWS

(SELECTED STATES)

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WEEKLY AMOUNT OF EMPLOYEE WITH MIOM QUARTER
WAOES OF *030 OR 171 WEEKLY FOR 13 WEEKS.
WEEKLY AMOUNT PLUS DEPENDENTS' ALLOWANCE FOR
MUSBAND, WIFE AND 3 CHILDREN.

CALIF.

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MASS.

WASH.

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
BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE SERVICE
DIY, OF PROQRAM POLICY I LEDIOLATION

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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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

1 In effect during 1951. Payroll or other requirements not given. 2 Data reported by State employment-security agencies. 3 Estimates based on data furnished by Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance. Represents em. ployment 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. 5 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.

6 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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1 Data reported by State employment-security agencies.

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.

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Alabama
Arizona.
Colorado.
Connecticut.
Florida
Georgia
Mlinois
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

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