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Making drinks and waiting tables used to be fallback occupations for many young people. The coronavirus is changing that.
Orders for big-ticket items are a rare economic bright spot. But many businesses that rely on in-person customers are hurting.
The decline in unemployment has slowed since an early rebound from the first wave of COVID-19 shutdowns.
It doesn't look good, considering the pandemic is still raging and there's no additional federal relief yet.
States that rely heavily on the in-person service sector are still facing high unemployment, while farm states are seeing lower jobless rates.
The pandemic is worsening the labor crunch in an industry that's been short-handed for years.
Service-sector jobs are coming back, but professionals who've been working from home are facing layoffs.
The owner of one fine-dining restaurant in California opened a new eatery during the pandemic as a takeout operation.
Ashley Nelson wasn’t forced to stop working, but she decided to anyway.
Neil Cairns, a bartender in Portland, Oregon says he'll just have to "hope for the best" as he faces reduced hours and the prospect of bar closures.