The Impacts of the Pandemic on Employment in the United States

Authors

  • Qinyun Li

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/g3d48k48

Keywords:

United States; COVID-19; pandemic; employment.

Abstract

Amid the pandemic's stringent public health measures, which triggered widespread layoffs, business closures, and job losses, the labor landscape in the United States underwent a profound transformation. an effort to gain diverse perspectives on the impact of the pandemic on the United States, this research employs robust data collection and rigorous statistical analysis to investigate the pandemic's ramifications across diverse U.S. industries. Utilizing a comparative approach, it juxtaposes pre- and post-pandemic employment data, employing quantitative methods to unveil the pandemic's palpable influence on employment rates. Furthermore, this study extends its purview to the quest for post-pandemic recovery. Its findings not only offer evidence-based insights for bolstering workforce resilience but also cultivating inclusive growth. By systematically unraveling the intricacies of the pandemic's employment impact, this research lays a sturdy foundation. It paves the way for the development of a resilient, equitable labor market—a key element in sustaining prosperity in our ever-evolving and unpredictable world.

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Published

29-03-2024

How to Cite

Li, Q. (2024). The Impacts of the Pandemic on Employment in the United States. Highlights in Science, Engineering and Technology, 88, 769-774. https://doi.org/10.54097/g3d48k48