A New York City store prepares to shut its doors permanently in September 2020. | Noam Galai/Getty Images
The finding comes in a new Pew study that also found many Americans struggling to pay bills.
Roughly six months after the coronavirus began to wreak havoc on the US economy, about half of those who lost their job say they are still without one.
That’s one of the most notable findings of a new Pew Research Center survey, which paints a picture of a nation still reeling economically even as it recovers from the labor market free fall earlier this year that intensified as Covid-19 cases increased, and state lockdowns froze businesses across the country.
The study, which surveyed 13,200 US adults in the first two weeks of August, found some limited recovery with respect to employment: Of all those who said they
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