Pennsylvania unemployment website Check.pa has a 4.7 percent unemployment rate, according to the latest data from the state’s Department of Employment Security.
That’s slightly below the state average of 5.9 percent and the national rate of 6.3 percent.
The website also has a 2.6 percent unemployment claim rate, below the national average of 2.9.
It’s the lowest unemployment rate in Pennsylvania in the past two years.
But that number drops to 3.4 percent after one year, the lowest in Pennsylvania since the recession ended.
A job search website, Freelancing.com, has a rate of 3.3.
The state’s unemployment insurance program, Unemployment Insurance, has been open for more than three years, but has yet to provide a specific estimate of the number of people who have lost their jobs due to the recession.
That could have an impact on the website’s ability to attract people.
For instance, Freeelancing is in the process of hiring people, but its website shows the number has dropped by more than 500 people in the first quarter of this year.
The Department of Labor said on Monday that Freelancers.com is now down by 2,200 workers.
Pennsylvania has a high rate of non-economic unemployment, which includes people who are unemployed due to medical conditions or who are underemployed.
Those who are employed and are seeking work also are often the people who receive the unemployment benefits.
That can make them vulnerable to scamming and theft.
In the first four months of 2017, the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services reported 6,700 fraud cases.
A recent report by the Federal Trade Commission found that the number had grown from 5,822 in 2012 to 7,633 in 2017.
Scammers often use online ads and other deceptive methods to attract potential customers, including using personal information about the victims, like email addresses, and social media accounts, such as Facebook and Instagram.
Some of those methods have been used by businesses to get employees, including through job posting sites like Craigslist and Gumtree.
But Scam Alert, a Philadelphia-based non-profit that investigates scammers and fraudsters, said that fraudsters have also taken advantage of the website and other online job sites.
“They are targeting the most vulnerable consumers,” said ScamAlert CEO Jeff Schumacher.
“The scams are getting worse, and the victims are becoming increasingly more vulnerable.”
It’s a problem that’s been going on for years.
A report by Consumer Reports found that in the U.S. in 2013, nearly 80 percent of online job postings were fraudulent, including jobs for home health aides and retail workers.
According to the U of P’s latest figures, just over one-third of all job postings made through online job agencies were fraudulent in the second quarter of 2017.
A number of recent reports from the Federal Reserve, the U the Treasury Department and others have linked job ads to scams.
One study from the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics found that about 80 percent more people were paid less than the average hourly wage by employers using job postings to advertise for workers.
Scam alert said it had seen a spike in scam activity in the last year, particularly in the state of Pennsylvania, which is a swing state in presidential election season.
But the state does not have a national unemployment website.
That distinction goes to Freelances.com.
Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate for 2017 is 5.1 percent, down from the 4.9 rate that was reported in 2017, according a spokeswoman for the Department of Unemployment Services.
A spokesman for Freelance.com did not respond to a request for comment.
“It’s very important that we get people out there and get them into the workforce,” said Schumachers spokesman.
“If they are unemployed, we can help them get their resumes out there.
We are not there yet.”
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