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Despite their importance in the social safety net, Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits are expected to increase unemployment duration. I find that males, on average, face a greater drop in unemployment than females when (UI) is no longer offered in their respective state. Male’s unemployment rate dropped more by a magnitude of 0.7 percent compared to female’s which consists of about 11.5 percent of male unemployment during UI. Females who were married, were in lower family income brackets, or had children saw smaller changes in unemployment when UI programs were exhausted.
Di, Nicholas, "Gendered labor market outcomes during COVID-19: Evidence from early withdrawal of Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation" (2022). Economics Honors Projects. 111.
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