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Young and ethnic minority workers were hardest hit at the start of COVID, but not anymore

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Publication date

16 Nov 2021

Subjects

Demography, Labour Market, Economics, Savings And Assets, Debt: Indebtedness, Health, Life Course Analysis, Finance, and Covid 19

Source

The Conversation

Links

https://theconversation.com/young-and-ethnic-minority-workers-were-hardest-hit-at-the-start-of-covid-but-not-anymore-171878


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    7. Life Course Analysis
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