About 1,500 Georgetown residents have filed unemployment claims between April 15-May 16, according a Texas Workforce Commission unemployment claim dashboard.

Within that time, 1,492 residents of Georgetown’s three ZIP codes—78626, 78628 and 78633—have filed unemployment claims, data shows.

The one-month snapshot is down 297 claims compared to the TWC’s April 8-May 9 snapshot, when Georgetown had 1,789 claims. The number is also down from TWC’s March 16-April 16 report, when Georgetown had 3,113 claims, which represented the highest number of claims within a month since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Here is a breakdown of unemployment claims in Georgetown’s three ZIP codes as well as a combination of that data to represent the city.

The mapping was developed by the TWC Labor Market and Career Information Department.


Population 34,832

Unemployment claim count: 685

Male: 316

Female: 369


Population: 32,341

Unemployment claim count: 543

Male: 245

Female: 298


Population: 28,080

Unemployment claim count: 264

Male: 141

Female: 123

Georgetown (three ZIP codes combined)

Population: 95,253

Unemployment claim count: 1,492

Male: 711

Female: 790

Williamson County

Population 571,610

Unemployment claim count: 11,245

Male: 5,241

Female: 5,992

Gender unknown: 12