|February Jobs Increase +13,800 in Illinois|
3/24/15 - IDES announced today that Illinois’ unemployment rate in February decreased 0.1 percentage points to 6.0 percent. The state’s unemployment rate is slightly higher than the national unemployment rate reported for February at 5.5 percent. Nonfarm payroll employment gained +13,800 jobs, based on preliminary data released by the Department and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
|Unemployment Rates Continue Dropping in All Metro Areas|
3/17/15 - January was the eleventh month in a row that unemployment rates fell in every metro area in the state compared to a year ago, according to preliminary data released today by the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Rates also fell in all 102 counties for the sixth consecutive month and the seventh time out of the last eight months. Not seasonally adjusted data compares January 2015 with January 2014.
|Illinois Unemployment Rate Drops to 6.1 Percent|
3/12/15 - IDES announced today that Illinois’ unemployment rate in January decreased 0.1 percentage points to 6.1 percent. The state’s unemployment rate is slightly higher than the national unemployment rate reported for January at 5.7 percent.
Need Your 1099?
2/18/15 - If you collected unemployment insurance in 2014, you will need the 1099-G tax form from IDES to complete both your federal and state tax returns.
The 1099-G tax form was made available in January 2015, but if you did not register for the email notification, the 1099-G tax form was mailed to your home.
If you have not received your 1099-G, please see the instructions for logging in. Individuals who created a username and password, but have not used the account within the last 90 days, should create a new password.
Individuals who have not created a username and password to manage their account will be prompted to do so followed by instructions on how to print the document from IDES' website.
Copyright © Illinois Department of Employment Security