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Unemployment Insurance Rates
AIUR
Also "Adjusted Insured Unemployment Rate (AIUR)"
The AIUR is calculated by adding the 13 week moving average number of weeks claimed plus the number of individuals exhausting regular benefits during the most recent three calendar months divided by covered employment. 
 
 
For more information on covered employment, see Key Report Terms and Phrases.

EB Trigger
Also "Extended Benefits Trigger"
The EB Trigger is calculated using a 13 week moving average of the number of weeks claimed divided by covered employment.  This rate is used to determine when Oregon triggers “ON” to Extended Benefits based on a certain threshold percentage.  For more information on Extended Benefits, see Extended Benefits.  For a list of states “ON” EB, visit: http://www.workforcesecurity.doleta.gov/unemploy/claims_arch.asp.

IUR
Also "Insured Unemployment Rate (IUR)"
The IUR is calculated based on the number of weeks claimed plus the number of Workshare program equivalent weeks claimed divided by covered employment. 
 
For more information on weeks claimed, see Key Report Terms and Phrases.
 
For more information on Workshare, see Special Programs.

TUR
Also "National Average TUR"
A rate compiled by the federal government which compares claim activity in Oregon to claim activity across the nation.