MAP: Nearly 15,000 residents file unemployment claims in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

New state data shows nearly 15,000 Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto residents filed for unemployment insurance from mid-March to mid-April. (Designed by Miranda Baker/Community Impact Newspaper)
New state data shows nearly 15,000 Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto residents filed for unemployment insurance from mid-March to mid-April. (Designed by Miranda Baker/Community Impact Newspaper)

New state data shows nearly 15,000 Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto residents filed for unemployment insurance from mid-March to mid-April. (Designed by Miranda Baker/Community Impact Newspaper)

Nearly 15,000 residents who live in six ZIP codes in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto filed unemployment insurance claims from March 18-April 18, according to data released by the Texas Workforce Commission.

The TWC data is broken down by ZIP code on the commission's interactive mapping tool.

In Hutto's 78634 ZIP code, 1,502 unemployment insurance claims were filed. Of the Hutto claims filed, 578 were filed by men and 924 were submitted by women; 1,168 claims were eligible for unemployment benefits, and 334 were not.

Pflugerville's 78660 ZIP code registered 4,966 claims. The total represented 2,062 men and 2,904 women who filed unemployment insurance claims. Of those, 3,720 claims were eligible for unemployment benefits, and 1,246 were not.

In Round Rock's 78664 ZIP code, 2,742 unemployment insurance claims were filed. From these claims, 1,136 came from men and 1,606 were made by women. Of those, 2,161 claims were eligible for unemployment benefits, and 581 were not.


The 78665 ZIP code in Round Rock saw 2,462 unemployment insurance claims filed. There were 1,021 men and 1,441 women who submitted unemployment insurance claims. These represented 1,882 that were eligible for unemployment benefits, while 580 were not.

In the 78681 sector of Round Rock, 1,876 claims were filed. Men filed 777 of the claims and women filed 1,099. Of the total, 1,427 claims were eligible for unemployment benefits, compared to 449 that were denied eligibility.

In the 78717 ZIP code, 1,248 claims were filed. For benefit eligibility in the 78717 area, 946 claims were deemed eligible, compared to the 302 that were denied.

In total, 14,796 unemployment insurance claims were filed across Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto.

More than 487,000 job openings are posted through Texas Workforce Solutions. Click here to view those positions. To file for unemployment insurance with the Texas Workforce Commission, click here or call 800-939-6631.


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