Unemployment

The U.S. economy added a record 4.8 million jobs in June.
More than 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment in a 12-week period because of COVID-19.
A new analysis shows relief checks and extra unemployment benefits have put food on the table and offered peace of mind amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Emergency benefits are expiring before any recovery has happened.
A sudden resurgence of COVID-19 cases is threatening to derail what had looked like the start of an economic recovery.
The environment is degrading, an aging population needs care, and wages are stagnant. And that was before COVID-19. A job guarantee could address it all.
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Nearly 21 million people are officially classified as unemployed.
Congress and the White House seem to be waiting for something.
President Donald Trump’s economic adviser is promising an end to the extra $600 in unemployment payments, claiming it’s a “disincentive” to work.