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North Dakota ending participation in federal unemployment assistance programs as job openings surge

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is trying to get more residents back into the labor force

By Brittany De Lea


North Dakota on Monday announced it will terminate its participation in the federal government’s COVID-19 unemployment assistance programs next month as it hopes to incentivize more residents to return to work amid a labor shortage.

As job openings in the state reach pre-pandemic levels, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is trying to get more residents back into the labor force to help the state recover.

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