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Goldman Says Almost a Quarter of Temporary Virus Layoffs in U.S. to Be Permanent

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BLOOMBERG, AUGUST 22, 2020 Joblessness to linger well into 2021 for many, economist says | Rehiring prospects for temporarily laid off worsened in July By Reade Pickert for Bloomberg – The rehiring of temporarily laid-off workers will continue to bolster the U.S. labor market’s recovery in the months ahead, but Goldman Sachs Group Inc. expects almost a quarter of those layoffs to become permanent. …

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U.S. Worse Off Than Russia, Mexico in 2020 Economic Misery Ranking – Bloomberg

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BLOOMBERG, AUGUST 6, 2020 China improves as Covid-19 modestly impacts 2020 forecast | Venezuela, Argentina and South Africa top the misery list By Catarina Saraiva and Michelle Jamrisko for Bloomberg – The U.S. is projected to see the worst reversal of fortune this year in a ranking of global economic misery, underscoring just how much havoc the pandemic has wrought. America fell 25 …

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Explainer: May’s jobs report stunner: real deal or head fake?

People who lost their jobs wait in line to file for unemployment

REUTERS, JUNE 6, 2020 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. economy unexpectedly added jobs in May, surprising economists and analysts who had forecast millions more losing their livelihoods, and raising hopes of a faster economic recovery than expected. More than 2.5 million people were newly employed last month, the Labor Department reported on Friday, but that follows a record drop of …

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Coronavirus unleashing a new wave of U.S. layoffs

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REUTERS, MAY 28, 2020 US workers file 2.1 million more jobless claims as crisis total tops 40 million WASHINGTON – The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits held above 2 million last week for a 10th straight week amid job cuts by U.S. state and local governments whose budgets have been decimated fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and more second-wave …

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