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Ohio | Unemployment benefits | More than 280,000 Ohioans will exhaust their unemployment benefits by December

More than 280,000 Ohioans will exhaust their unemployment benefits by December, according to a report out Wednesday from the Ohio Department on Job and Family Services.

The number of people running out of unemployment will reach more than 7,100 by December – with peaks in the months of April (986 people) and December (4,233 people), according to the report.

This same trend is happening in Warren County where just under of 3,400 people will run out of the assistance by December.

March unemployment rates in Ohio and Butler County fell to 7.5 percent and 7.9 percent respectively, according to the latest figures from Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Unemployment rates last month in both Hamilton and Middletown dropped to 9.4 percent, ODJFS said Tuesday.

“These are estimates; the actual numbers will fluctuate as people find work and stop collecting,” said Benjamin Johnson, ODJFS spokesman, in a press release…

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