Facilitate the Reemployment of Unemployment Insurance Claimants1

What is being measured?
The Percentage of UI claimants who received a first payment in a calendar quarter who are reemployed in the subsequent quarter.

Each calendar quarter, states transmit reemployment data via the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) 9047 report (UI Reemployment report). This report provides data on the number of UI claimants (which include UCX and UCFE beneficiaries) receiving UI first payments, and intrastate or interstate wages reported for those claimants in the subsequent quarter using the Wage Record Cross-match and National Directory of New Hire (NDNH).

How is it measured?
The UI Reemployment report covers four prior quarters ending with the selected quarter-ending date. Data are available from the four quarters ending September 2005 to the most current quarter-ending date. The quarter-ending date refers to the quarter in which the claimant receives a first UI payment. Reports for individual states, listed under "United States" or any of the 6 regions can be selected. Since this measure takes into account a state’s economic condition through reemployment, Acceptable Levels of performance (ALP) are specific to each state, and can be viewed here.

The ETA 9047 report follows the following schedule.

Quarter in Which First Payment is Issued: Quarter for Which Reemployment is Determined through Wage Record & NDNH Cross-matches Report Due to ETA by:
1st quarter
(January to March)
2nd quarter
(April to June)
November 30
2nd quarter
(April to June)
3rd quarter
(July to September)
February 28
3rd quarter
(July to September)
4th quarter
(October to December)
May 31
4th quarter
(October to December)
1st quarter
(January to March)
August 31


Please note that the performance data charts and data output generated below by this query are based on data extracted from the UI database on the date and time this query is executed. Because the UI database is dynamic, data extracted at other times may differ since states occasionally submit amended reports. We also attempt to verify outliers and correct obviously erroneous data from time to time. For any performance measures for which data is missing or partial and estimated data is used in the computation, a footnote will document the reason.

For National and Regional level performance data charts and analyses, use this Trending Analysis link.

1Currently this is a core measure only. The GPRA measure has been suspended pending implementation of a new performance measure.