An interactive tool from the Urban Institute allows viewers to explore estimates of low-income jobs lost by county and metro area due to the COVID-19 crisis. The tool shows the total estimated number of low-income jobs lost in the geography of interest, as well as a breakdown by industry. In the United States, an estimated 16,598,538 low-income jobs have been lost as of the publication of this Research Memo. The industries that have been hit the worst nationally are Accommodation and Food Services, Retail Trade, and Health Care and Social Assistance. #covid-19 #workforce
Where Low-Income Jobs Are Being Lost to COVID-19
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