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COVID-19: No work, essential work, and what they have in common

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"Speaking of issues related to the economy, a lot of people are out of work right now," says Prof. Modestino over at News@Northeastern's Litmus podcast.

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, is it better to work or collect unemployment benefits? With many jobs paying little for dangerous work and the unemployment system getting clogged with applicants, the answer isn’t so simple. Listen to Prof. Modestino break down unemployment- and labor market-related issues.

Listen here.

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