A survey finds Missouri unemployment applications are dropping again, this time by a whopping 16%!

We’re in the middle of the Great Recession, and a survey from job tracking website Indeed finds the number of Missouri unemployment filings has dropped by 16% in the past month.

It’s a sign that the state is losing its economic momentum.

And this is not the first time that the number has dropped in the state.

In January, it fell by 17%.

So the number will likely continue to fall for at least another month.

But, while the number is down, the number may not even be down enough for the state to file a new federal unemployment filing in time to meet the November election’s deadline.

That means the state won’t be able to count on the federal government to help them fill out their federal jobs application.

But that doesn’t mean the state doesn’t have other options.

Missouri is one of several states that have a separate filing system for people seeking federal benefits.

That means people applying for unemployment benefits or the state’s unemployment tax credits can file a separate federal unemployment application, or a “dual application.”

This means a person applying for a state unemployment tax credit and another job applicant can be on the same page.

But that means if you apply for unemployment in Missouri, you need to do it on your own, even if you’ve worked in the same job for a while.

And, if you don’t, you may not be able get a job.

It’s not uncommon for people to think they can just apply to the state unemployment office.

But, it’s not that simple.

The state does not have a filing system, and if you do file a state application you’ll have to make the same choice every time.

If you have multiple jobs, you’ll also have to decide which job to apply for.

The state does have a process for applying for federal unemployment benefits, but you have to go through the same three steps.

You have to provide proof of income and the amount of your paycheck.

Then you have two months to do this, and you have one month to mail the application.

You also have one week to make sure the application is complete.

After you complete that process, the government will verify that the documents you submitted match the information on your Federal Form 4283, the official form for state unemployment benefits.

The job seeker is given a form that is identical to the federal form, but the job seeker has to fill out a new one.

If the job search fails, the unemployment agency can take the application and then send the applicant a check to pay the application fees.

And that’s a big check.

In fact, the Federal Reserve recently said it’s unlikely the federal unemployment tax will be refundable in the next few years.

That’s because many people don’t qualify for unemployment, and the unemployment tax is an insurance program that allows people to get paid when their unemployment check runs out.