10 years of robust U.S job growth wiped out by coronavirus in 4 weeks

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A record 22 million Americans who lost their jobs have filed for unemployment benefits in 4 weeks, wiping out a decade of job gains as the nation grapples with the unprecedented shutdown of the U.S. economy to contain the coronavirus.

Just last week alone, 5.2 million Americans filed for unemployment. That number is down from the revised 6.6 million in the week that ended April 4, the Labor Department announced. Read on through this link

10 years of robust U.S job growth wiped out by coronavirus in 4 weeks

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