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Hurricane Harvey: How the storm has blown away thousands of jobs

WASHINGTON - Fin24 reports that jobless claims in the United States have spiraled following Hurricane Harvey. This was after victims filed applications to collect benefits after the hurricane hit Dallas Texas in August. The surge in jobless figures is according to the Labour Department. Hurricane Harvey, occurred between 25 August - 2 September 2017. The hurricane, categorised as category 3 tropical depression claimed not only victims, but also jobs, adding to an increased amount of jobless individuals.
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