The number of people applying for unemployment benefits for the first time in the United States last week was 853,000, an increase of 137,000 from the previous week.
Overseas Network, October 9th According to the latest report released by the US Department of Labor on October 8, another 840,000 Americans applied for unemployment insurance last week, and the total number of applicants has exceeded 25.5 million.
CNN Business reported that 4.5 million permanently unemployed employees are now looking for work, of which 742,000 have lost temporary jobs and 3.8 million are permanently unemployed.
According to a report from India Today on September 17, the”India National Student Union”, the All India Student Association and other student organizations celebrated Prime Minister Modi’s 70th birthday in a certain way to attract national attention to unemployment.
Statistics from Johns Hopkins University show that as of 18:00 on September 15th, US Eastern Time, the total number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States reached 6,595,476, and the total number of deaths was 195,501.
Affected by the new public health incidents, a large number of American companies have had to cut salaries and layoffs, and more and more Americans have to live in a hurry. This should be the worst economic recession since the Great Recession in 1929, but the worst may have just begun.
According to Worldometer’s real-time statistics, as of about 6:30 on August 24th, Beijing time, a total of 587,2017 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States and a total of 180,558 deaths.
After the global public health that triggered the US economic recession, the United States was completely plunged into the hardest hit area, and the economic collapse was inevitable. The United States issued a series of economic stimulus rescue plans, which included an additional $600 weekly unemployment benefit.
“Washington Post” recently published an article stating that US President Trump signed an executive order on the 8th to provide additional economic relief to millions of Americans without the approval of Congress.