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Using administrative earnings and claims data, the California Policy Lab (CPL) has analyzed the outcomes of unemployment insurance claimants through the pandemic in a series of reports. This presentation summarizes highlights from these reports, with particular focus on reemployment patterns during the economic recovery. Among others, this includes how many workers found jobs, how many returned to their previous employers, and how many switched industries, as well as which groups of workers and which geographies most benefited from the recovery.

About the CA Labor Lab:

The California Labor Lab is a collaboration among investigators at UCSF, UC Berkeley, and the California Department of Public Health. The Lab is housed at the Philip R Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at UCSF. Our mission is to extend the pursuit of health and safety for workers in traditional employment to those in a wide range of alternative arrangements in partnership with affected communities.

Learn more: https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2021/10/421681/gig-workers-health-studied-new-california-labor-laboratory

Learning Objectives:

- Discuss reemployment patterns during the economic recovery
- Describe how many workers found jobs, returned to their previous employers, and switched industries
- Identify which groups of workers and which geographies most benefited from the recovery