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Unemployment Benefits in Utah

In December of 2008, Utah had a 4.1% unemployment rate. Regional state unemployment rates for January 2009 will be released tomorrow by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but in the meantime you can use this interactive map to track unemployment rates by county, which are based on the December 2008 statistics.

The laws governing unemployment benefits in Utah are found at Title 35A, Chapter 4. The Department of Workforce Services has also enacted administrative rules about unemployment insurance.

For information about how to file for unemployment benefits, visit the Department of Workforce Services' page on Unemployment Insurance for Job Seekers. From this page, you can learn about how to file new claims, reopen a claim, or file an appeal.


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