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Which Workers Have Been Most Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Occupations that earn less than $34,963 on average—such as cashiers, servers and janitors—accounted for 34% of the increase in unemployment from January to April.
The St. Louis Fed's Financial Stress Index, Version 2.0
The St. Louis Fed's financial stress index has been recalibrated to better capture evolving stresses in financial markets.
Unintended Consequences of Coronavirus-Related Unemployment Insurance Tax Laws
Waived employer payroll tax increases for state unemployment insurance appear to have increased layoffs.
The Effects of COVID-19 on Unemployment Insurance Claims
The increase in unemployment insurance claims appears to be higher for states with relatively more employees in the service sector.
Which Earnings Groups Have Been Most Affected by the COVID-19 Crisis?
When the pandemic caused unemployment to skyrocket, the lowest earners were the hardest hit.
How Has the COVID-19 Recession Affected U.S. Labor across Occupations and Industries?
COVID-19 hit the U.S. labor market hard, but relative changes in employment and hours worked vary across occupations and industries.