Guess i never really thought about it before. Just assumed it went into the bar
Georgia closed late / re-opened early, so it's a good state to look to for what the rest of the country may have to deal with.
Jobs are not flooding back -
Unemployment in Georgia has continued to climb, despite its controversial decision to push ahead with reopening, according to a new Politico report.
The outlet analyzed Labor Department data which shows that two-fifths of Georgia workers have filed unemployment claims, the highest proportion in the US.
More than 40% have filed for unemployment insurance payments since the pandemic began to take hold in mid-March, Politico said.
While its reopening has allowed some people to go back to work, there have also been several waves of new unemployment applications which came after the restrictions began to lift.
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