The numbers for those filing unemployment in Tennessee continue to go up and down.
The peak of new unemployment claims during the COVID-19 Pandemic came on April 4th with more than 116-thousand new persons filing for unemployment in the Volunteer State.
Since the start of the coronavirus in March (2020), there have been 714,329 new unemployment claims filed in Tennessee. That number now stands at a record level beating all past unemployment surges in the history of Tennessee.
Nearby Counties (New Claims during Pandemic):
• Wilson County: 5,392 Unemployment Claims
• Cannon County: 354 Unemployment Claims
• Bedford County: 1,554 Unemployment Claims
• Marshall County: 1,335 Unemployment Claims
• Williamson County: 5,902 Unemployment Claims
• Davidson County: 44,763 Unemployment Claims