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Jobs report shows economic cost of Pause (access required)

The April jobs report provided the first tangible sign of the devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic on the Rochester economy. After a trickle of layoffs in March, job losses swelled to a torrent in April — with non-farm employment falling by 103,800 or 19.1 percent from year earlier levels. Private payrolls declined by 98,200 or ...

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