Nevada Labor Market Information

Unemployment Insurance

Weekly Reports

Unemployment Insurance (UI) Claims Press Release

Unemployment Insurance Weekly Filing Report

ETA 539 Weekly Claims and Extended Benefits Trigger Data

The claims data contained on the ETA 539 report are used in current economic analysis of unemployment trends in Nevada. Initial claims measure emerging unemployment and continued weeks claimed measure the number of the insured unemployed. These data are published in ETA´s weekly release "Unemployment Insurance Claims." The comments on claims activity are used to explain the changes in the levels of the data reported from week to week. This dashboard allows for exploration of these measures and trends.

Weekly Claims Trends by County

The claims data contained in this dashboard provide unemployment insurance trends by county in the State of Nevada. This dashboard allows for exploration of these trends. These data are sourced from internal department reports and are not likely to match federal reports.

Monthly Reports

Claims and Payment Activities

The ETA 5159 report contains monthly information on claims activities and on the number and amount of payments under state unemployment insurance laws. The data on this report provides the basis for many common UI measures such as average duration, exhaustion rates, weeks compensated, and benefits paid. This dashboard allows for exploration of these measures and trends in the State of Nevada.

Characteristics of the Insured Unemployed

The ETA 203 report provides information about the characteristics of Unemployment Insurance (UI) claimants in Nevada. This data is useful in describing the population of claimants and determining how that population changes over time and under various conditions. It can also be compared with characteristic figures of the total unemployed as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).