Despite the state reopening early, 40% of all workers in Georgia have filed for unemployment support
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Georgia was among the first states to start reopening its economy at the end of April. 

In the three weeks since the state has eased back into normal life, unemployment has stayed high. 

According to Labor Department statistics, 40.3% of Georgia's workforce has applied for unemployment assistance since the pandemic began. 

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