Predicting Nebraska's Future (Current Balance: $215.3m)
Nebraska's fund will likely remain solvent, largely because of ample reserves and relatively low unemployment, but increased claims have whittled down reserves, triggering an average tax increase on businesses from $113 to $300 per employee for 2010.
This news application is no longer being updated as of February 3, 2011. The historical data is still accurate.
|In the Clear: Nebraska's unemployment fund is solvent.|
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|6 Month Projection||Unemployment Rate (November)||Net Income (December)||Avg. Weekly Benefit||% of Unemployed
|National: 9%||Rank: 12 of 51||Rank: 41 of 51||Rank: 10 of 51|
Unemployment Reserves (millions)
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Sources: Google Public Data, Department of Labor, Treasury Department.