IUR

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AcronymDefinition
IURInsured Unemployment Rate
IURInventory Update Rule
IURInternal User Rights (Microsoft)
IURInternational User Requirements (for communications interception)
IURInternational Union of Radioecology
IURInstitute for Urban Research (various locations)
IURIdeal Ultimate Result
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The final legal framework of EUC provided a federally funded four-tier system of benefits, with durations for each tier depending on a state's total or insured unemployment rate. Moreover, statutory durations for each tier kept changing over time throughout the recession and recovery: the first tier went from 13 to 20 weeks and then back to 14 weeks; the second tier provided an additional 13 and then later 14 weeks; the third tier started by providing an additional 13 and later 9 weeks; finally, the fourth tier started by providing an additional 6 weeks of compensation, which increased to 16, came back down to 6, and finally ended up at 10 before dropping to 0.
Beginning January 1, 2010, the required Workforce Enhancement Training contribution is suspended if the insured unemployment rate (IUR) exceeds an average of 5.5 percent for the 3 consecutive months immediately preceding the effective date of the new rate year, and shall remain suspended throughout the duration of that rate year.
The insured unemployment rate varies by state because of economic conditions and differences in state policies such as benefits levels and qualification rules, in 2004, the rates for Ohio, Kentucky; and West Virginia were close to the U.S.
This is a different measure than the insured unemployment rate (IUR), which equals continued claims (for regular program unemployment benefits) divided by total covered employment.
(29) State UI agencies report both their annual insured unemployment rate (defined as the fraction of covered employees receiving UI) and the average weekly number of insured unemployed.
Most States currently use the insured unemployment rate as the only "trigger" for the program.
Furthermore, the advance seasonally adjusted insured unemployment rate was
The provisions triggering payment of extended benefits were amended to include an option for waiving the 120-percent requirement when the insured unemployment rate equals at least 6 percent.
Meanwhile, the advance seasonally adjusted insured unemployment rate was 3.6 percent for the week ending July 17, an increase of 0.1 percentage point
The highest insured unemployment rates in the week ending May 25 were found in Alaska (2.0%), California (1.9%), New Jersey (1.9%) and Connectitcut (1.7%).
The highest insured unemployment rates in the week ending March 16 were found in Alaska (3.0), New Jersey (2.6) and Connectitcut (2.5).
The top five highest insured unemployment rates in the week ending Sept.