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Nearly three-in-ten young Americans are out of work and out of school

Young adults are among the most likely to have suffered virus-related job loss. Image: REUTERS/Evan Semon

Amanda Barroso

Writer/editor - Social Trends, Pew Research Center

Richard Fry

Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center

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The pandemic has caused a 16% rise in young Americans out of work and out of school. Image: Pew Research Center
The effects of the pandemic have been felt across all of the nation's youth. Image: Pew Research Center

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