The job market got better in June, but the numbers are from before renewed shutdowns
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Nearly 5 million people found work in June, and the unemployment rate dropped to about 11%. But, there's already concern about a July setback. Plus, reimagining the economy with Darren Walker, the president of the Ford Foundation.
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In other words, these June numbers might not tell the whole story as the U.S. sees unprecedented numbers of COVID-19 infections.
“We begin first by asking the question: Why is there so much inequality in our society?” Darren Walker says.
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