COVID-19: Men without university degrees suffered the most from pandemic job losses

Less educated workers find it harder to re-enter the labour market when they leave. Image: Unsplash/ John Kakuk

Jeevun Sandher

PhD Candidate, Department of Political Economy, King's College London


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