The COVID-19 employment roller coaster just took another turn, and the job growth we saw in Summer and Fall 2020 appears to be at an end.
On Friday the Bureau of Labor Statistics released their first preliminary estimates for May 2020 industry-specific employment. The numbers provide a preliminary snapshot of what happened to the U.S. job market in the second full month of the United States COVID-19 epidemic. I share some highlights with original graphs and charts.
China has not been honest with their data in the past. Now is probably not the exception.