CLOSE Find out the latest on the stimulus package, unemployment benefits and why you still can’t find toilet paper after 10 a.m. at most stores. USA TODAYA rebound in hiring that began this summer is sputtering amid regional flareups of the coronavirus, signaling that it may be years before the jobs market fully recovers.More than 824,000 Americans filed for unemployment insurance for the first time last week, the Labor Department said Thursday. The newest round of 824,542 claims is significantly lower than the record high 6.2 million who filed first-time claims in early spring when most non-essential businesses closed to slow the spread of the coronavirus.But the number of filings rose from the week before by 28,527. And in less than seven months, more than 57 million have sought unemployment assistance for the first time. The figures are not seasonally adjusted.What you need to know about filing for unemployment: When will I start receiving the extra aid in unemployment? Your money questions answeredIn California, gas fueled cars are on the way out: In California: State to ban sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035, and CSU gets a new chancellorUSA TODAY is now using non-seasonally adjusted jobless claims numbers because the Labor Department has switched to a different

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