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Another 2.1 Million People File For Unemployment Benefits

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Another 2.1 Million People File For Unemployment Benefits

Another 2.1 Million People File For Unemployment Benefits

About 41 million Americans have applied for jobless benefits since the coronavirus pandemic hit.

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