Two pandemic programs briefly expired. It could have meant billions in lost relief for one week — but it didn't.
Chabeli Carrazana of The 19th News looks back at how women's place in the economy changed this year.
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COVID-19 is surging, layoffs are rising, consumers are hunkering down. Not a great place to be heading into 2021.
Most people who've lost jobs during the pandemic didn't get health insurance at work.
It starts with a huge web of government data on jobs.
When workers can use unemployment benefits to cover their basic needs, policy expert Alix Gould-Werth says they’re able to find better paying jobs.
U.S. employers added a modest 245,000 jobs as the spread of coronavirus continues to intensify.
It's employees of small businesses who are most at risk, according to one payroll processor.