“The end of emergency unemployment insurance and kids returning to campus this September was not the silver bullet for the jobs recovery many hoped for,” economists noted.
“I think this really shows the importance of the social safety net,” said Liana Fox, chief of the Poverty Statistics Branch at the Census Bureau.
Nearly 16 million people are at risk of being evicted, including approximately 2 million people whose claims to forest land have been rejected by the courts.
Only 26 states have implemented steep benefit cuts but the pandemic UI benefits will expire in all states on September 6 unless Congress acts.
“It is a lifesaver. You know, it helps us bring out all of the food,” Ana Ortiz said. “The table that is closest to the patio, I press ‘go’ and it will take it right out.”
Harlan Hill has been evicted from 2 apartments DC, one of which he was forced to vacate after failing to pay close to $10K in back rent.
Vaccine inequality is cited as a chief driver in the widening gulf between recoveries in more developed and less developed economies.
Employers complaining about the market should acknowledge that they are simply unable to find workers “at the wage and quality of job” they are offering.
“By comparison, they filed to evict 10% to 12% of their residents in majority-Black counties in Georgia,” says Baker. “It’s incredibly disturbing.”
The picture is decidedly much worse for minority-owned businesses, as 53% couldn’t pay their full rent in April.