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How 2 out of every 5 jobs lost during COVID-19 may not come back

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has announced a 14.7% unemployment rate for April. Image: REUTERS/Marco Bello

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According to the data, there are roughly three new hires per 10 layoffs. Image: University of Chicago

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