BOO HOO! Coronavirus Jobs Losses Affects “Women, Minorities” More According to Jew CNN

As the economy continues to hemorrhage jobs, it’s becoming apparent that some groups are more at risk of unemployment than others. Minority workers, teens and, in many cases, women, are losing jobs at a higher pace than other groups.

“There’s no doubt about it, they’re getting hit worse,” said Dean Baker, senior economist at the Center for Economic & Policy Research. “They’re working in sectors like hotels, restaurants and retail that are being harder hit.” Minorities are also losing jobs such as custodial services as businesses close or are operating remotely. The virus has so far resulted in 701,000 lost jobs according to the March jobs report released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And that doesn’t even include the full impact of the nearly 10 million people who filed for jobless benefits in the last two weeks.

While the unemployment rate increased to 4.4% from 3.5% in the official report, the last two weeks of unemployment benefit filings suggest that the true rate is probably about 18.3% for adults, according to William Rodgers, chief economist at the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. He estimates the unemployment rates for minorities and teen workers is probably worse.

He said the true rate is likely 20.7% percent for African Americans rather than the official rate of 4.1%, and 18.7% for Hispanic workers, as opposed to official rate of 6%. For teens, he puts the true rate at least 26.7% not the 14.3% reported by BLS.Rodgers agrees that the higher rates for minorities and young workers is primarily because the sectors in which they typically work will be more affected by current lockdown policies in much of the country. “Those groups’ jobs were at greater risk going into this downturn,” he said.

About 30% of workers at hotels in 2019 were Hispanic, and another 19% are black, according to the BLS. Restaurants, bars and other food services, which have been particularly hard hit, had 27% of workers last year who were Hispanic, and 13% who were black. At department stores, most of which have shut down because of the crisis, 19% of employees were black and another 19% were Hispanic.

The catchall labor department category that includes temporary workers, custodial help and landscaping services lost 61,000 jobs in the official March labor report. About half of those workers are minorities.

Rodgers estimates that the unemployment rate for women right now is lower than the overall unemployment rate, partly because women are well represented in the fields of nursing and primary and secondary education, which so far have been spared job cuts. But job cuts in these sectors are likely in coming months, he said, particularly since women tend to hold government jobs that could be cut as states and cities respond to budget shortfalls.

Source Article from https://alt-right.com/2020/04/05/boo-hoo-coronavirus-jobs-losses-affects-women-minorities-more-according-to-jew-cnn/

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