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Here's how being a nurse is different now than it was 50 years ago.

THEN AND NOW: Here’s how being a nurse has changed in the last 50 years

Nurses attain more formal education and get more advanced medical training than 50 years ago. More men and minorities have joined the industry, too.

‘Some companies are very, very ready to hire’: This VC-created job board highlights key trends among the startups still looking to add emp...

Jai Sajnani, a tech investor at NEA, pointed out some trends among the startups still hiring, such as their funding stage and industry.

These 7 charts show how brutal the March jobs report was, and signal further economic pain ahead

"These numbers were quite a gut punch," Martha Gimbel, an economist at Schmidt Futures, told Business Insider.
Dora Reynolds, who is currently unemployed, sits along a road downtown on October 24, 2016 in East Liverpool, Ohio

JPMorgan expects 7 million Americans will file for unemployment benefits next week — the 3rd record in a row

"The number of workers in industries directly affected by COVID-19 is massive," JPMorgan economist Jesse Edgerton wrote.
U.S. President Trump leads daily coronavirus response briefing at the White House in Washington.

The government’s official scorekeeper just poured cold water all over the Trump administration’s predictions of a rapid economic recovery ...

The forecast from the Congressional Budget Office is at odds with President Trump's optimistic assessment of economic recovery "like a rocket ship."
Sanitation workers have one of the most dangerous jobs in America, and the most essential — here's how they do it every morning in NYC.

NYC sanitation workers have been deemed essential in the coronavirus pandemic. They also have one of the most dangerous jobs in America.

We followed two NYC sanitation workers and found that it's one of the most unsafe jobs in the US because of hazardous waste and dangerous equipment.

The US economy lost 701,000 jobs in March even before the coronavirus shutdown spurred historic unemployment

The weak March number doesn't even come close to fully reflecting the impact of the novel coronavirus.
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Stores, restaurants, and companies across the US are putting staff on furlough as they shut down during the coronavirus outbreak — here’s ...

A record 6.6 million people filed for unemployment last week. Some of this is from furloughs, or unpaid temporary leaves for employees.
People wait in line to enter a job fair in New York.

US jobless claims skyrocket to 6.6 million, doubling last week’s record, as coronavirus layoffs persist

"It's remarkable. These are unprecedented numbers," the Bank of America economist Joseph Song said. "But we're also facing an unprecedented pandemic."

Employers cut nearly half a million job openings last week as coronavirus froze hiring nationwide

"This shows how quickly the economic landscape has shifted in the last month alone," said Glassdoor economist Daniel Zhao.