May 11, 2020
Even when stores reopen, will anyone go?
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Plus: 78% of the people who lost their jobs last month were temporarily laid off. Should they feel optimistic about going back to their original jobs?
Stories From this episode
An informal Twitter survey shows that safety concerns stirred by the pandemic are keeping people away.
A 40-year-old program for low-income Atlantans goes virtual.
The longer you're laid off, the more likely it is to become permament.
The Farmers to Families Food Box Program will begin distributing $1.2 billion in surplus food to communities across the country.
“If there’s a recession on the horizon, we’re all just going to be at the mercy of what that looks like,” said Christina Stembel, CEO of Farmgirl Flowers.
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