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As of July 21st, SCWOS is back online. Claimants, please remember that you are required to complete at least two job searches while logged into your SCWOS account in order to remain eligible for benefits, and remember, you can check your claim status tracker by clicking “Go To My Home Page” when you login to the MyBenefits portal.

If you received an email asking you to complete a survey and you would like to know more, please call 803-737-0368 or visit dew.sc.gov/survey.

Both the employer system (SUITS) and the claimant system (MyBenefits Portal) will be down for monthly maintenance on Sunday, August 7, from 12-4 pm. 

We also make nightly changes to the claimant system (MyBenefits Portal) from 11 pm – 3 am, and the system will be temporarily unavailable during this time. 

Data Dashboard

Initial Claims Since March 2020

Initial Claims For Claim Week Ending

Continued Claims

Payout Total

Total Payout since March 2020Monthly Employment Release

Data & Statistics

The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce's Labor Market Information Division collects, analyzes and disseminates employment statistics, job forecasts, wages, demographics and other labor market information for the state to help public and private organizations, researchers and others better understand today’s complex labor force. The department works in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

The data helps employers and job seekers make career, education and economic development decisions. Better understanding employment trends and statistical trends help promote stable employment and economic growth.

In addition, you can customize your dashboard to prioritize information that is relevant to your search – regional or industry data, for example, that are specific to you.

 

Tools

Click on the following links to find critical data you may need.