April figures show communities that rely on manufacturing are also hurt by job losses, but they may see improvement more quickly.
Chinese workers complain that shortened hours or being told to resign are layoffs by another name.
And more job losses are likely on the way.
Almost one in four business owners worry their companies won't survive the pandemic, according to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce survey.
The longer you're laid off, the more likely it is to become permament.
A new report finds the worst of COVID-19 job losses could be yet to come.
It's by far the worst string of layoffs on record.
Those dollars stretch farther in some states than others.
The distinction matters for your personal economy and the economy at large.