Gen Z Is In An Underemployment Crisis — The Consequences Could Be Long-Term

Refinery29 US
Nov 25, 2020 · 4 min read
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The coronavirus pandemic has left the economy and job market in shambles, as entire industries came to a sudden stall beginning in March. Around 12.6 million Americans remain officially unemployed, seven months after the shock of COVID-19 first hit. In April, the overall unemployment rate shot up to 14.7%, while in…

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