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The unemployment situation in the United States remains grim. According to Fortune magazine, while the number of unemployed Americans fell from 23.1 million to 17.8 million between April and June 2020, the number of “permanently” unemployed Americans rose from 2 million to 2.9 million during the same time period.
However, new research has revealed some parts of the labor market are experiencing an upturn.
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