For the purpose of Section 209.022, the rate of insured unemployment is computed by:
(A) the average weekly number of individuals filing claims for regular compensation
in this state for weeks of unemployment with respect to the most recent 13-consecutive-week
period, as determined by the commission from the commission's reports to the secretary;
(B) the average monthly employment covered under this subtitle for the first four
of the most recent six completed calendar quarters ending before the end of the 13-week
(2) multiplying the quotient by 100 to determine a percentage rate.
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