The coronavirus pandemic has put millions of Americans out of work, but people are still getting hired. Here’s how to join them.
It takes luck, creativity and a fresh look at your network of contacts to find a job in the worst labor market in more than a decade.
Since the pandemic hit the U.S. hard in March, the economy has lost 13 million jobs, job seekers have seen offers yanked away, and many recent college graduates remain sidelined. But there is reason to be optimistic, albeit cautiously: Many employers are still hiring.
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