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Author:Eyméoud, Jean-Benoît 

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Contrasting U.S. and European Job Markets during COVID-19

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the unprecedented slowing of economic activity that followed caused severe disruptions to labor markets around the globe. In contrast to the United States, European Union countries funded short-time work programs to maintain jobs during a period of lockdown that was expected to be transitory. This succeeded in avoiding sharp increases in unemployment early in the recession. However, if the pandemic leads to a permanent reallocation of economic activity, short-time work programs may slow the process of workers moving from shrinking to growing sectors of ...
FRBSF Economic Letter , Volume 2021 , Issue 05 , Pages 01-05

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