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Mar 18, 2020
How work has changed under COVID-19
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Today, we're looking at the layoffs, the workers adjusting to being home all day and the folks who still have to go out and risk spreading the virus, sometimes for minimum wage.
Stories From this episode
Kids, spouses and roommates are adding stress to unconventional work arrangements.
Firefighters, health workers, paramedics, sanitation workers and others still need to go out to do their jobs.
As unemployment climbs, it gets harder for the economy to come back.
If policymakers are too preoccupied with debt to provide the country the stimulus it needs, some economists say: Do it without debt.
United States of Work
The disruption of education over the past few weeks affects every member of Derrick Lindstrom's family.
The Permian Basin region, anchored by the towns of Midland and Odessa, has survived past shakeouts, but some think this could resemble the crash of the 1980s.