U.S. joblessness slams Latinos, less educated with brutal force

The U.S. economy's record run of job growth and historically low unemployment has been stopped in its tracks by the fight against the coronavirus pandemic: joblessness hit 14.7% in April, and even if it starts to fall in coming weeks there will be scars.
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