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Jobless Claims Jump to Nearly 3 Million Last Week

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Jobless Claims Jump to Nearly 3 Million Last Week

Jobless Claims Jump to Nearly 3 Million Last Week

The job market continues to be hit hard amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Last week, the number of Americans who filed for unemployment benefits jumped by nearly three million, only slightly down from the previous week of 3.2 million.

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