Vivek Sharma | June 23, 2020
By Vivek Sharma Arguably one of the industries in the U.S. that has encountered the deepest impact from the COVID-19 pandemic is the leisure and hospitality sector. In March and April of this year, the industry laid off more than 8 million people, then rebounded and continued to increase in July, adding 592,000 jobs. As more states open again for business and companies ask employees to return, some workers formerly employed in these service industries may reconsider whether to use their valuable skills in another line of work. While it will take time for the economy to completely rebound and attain pre-pandemic business levels, American...
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