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As we continue our series on how the pandemic has reshaped work in America, we’ll discuss joblessness and unemployment over the course of the pandemic. We’ll take a look at how how national and local governments have handled the high rate of unemployment, and what the future holds for workers and the job market. Our guests are labor economist ELIZA FORSYTHE and attorney with Philadelphia Legal Assistance, JULIA SIMON-MISHEL.
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