Jordan Wirfs-Brock "sonified" data from unemployment claims to give us another way to process historic job losses.
Some people haven't applied for unemployment because they don't think they qualify, and others can't get through the application process.
Jobless claims have hit 26 million since the COVID-19 crisis started.
In the space of four weeks, about 22 million Americans have filed jobless claims.
Some states like California, New York and Texas could see their unemployment funds running low.
The actual number of Americans out of work or nearly so is almost certainly higher.
This is the second largest number on record.
About 10 million Americans have filed for unemployment over the past two weeks.
About 282,000 Americans filed claims the week before.
The statistics the government uses to measure unemployment are likely underreporting the results of the pandemic.