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This pandemic-led downturn has hit older workers especially hard and will likely create long-term employment challenges for them.
The pandemic offers a unique opportunity to rethink our design and implementation of the social safety net.
With county-level data, the national government can flatten the curve and better allocate limited resources in line with individual counties' circumstances.
Evidence shows this practice can put people living in encampments at even greater risk.
Although philanthropy cannot replace an effective and assertive government response, it can enhance it.
Understanding the disproportionate unemployment risk facing Latinx people can inform strategies to help workers hit hardest by the COVID-19 employment crisis.
Now more than ever, transit decisions must be made with equity in mind to ensure our the vulnerable residents and workers are able to get where they need to go safely.
The unemployment rate skyrocketed to 14.7 percent, and employers cut 20.5 million jobs.
"Risking the well-being of any child is risking the prospects for our collective future."
Evidence shows paid time off for workers with serious medical conditions, combined with evidence-based return to work services, is key to supporting workers’ health, public health, and economic security.

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