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Unemployment Data 2020

In the image above you can see that unemployment rates have skyrocketed since the COVID-19 outbreak in March. The unemployment rate reached an all time high in April at 14.%, but the total money spent on unemployment benefits was highest in May with $23.75 billion. Luckily, these numbers are slowly decreasing with time, but still […]

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The Impact that COVID-19 has had on Students’ Mental Health

By Piper Blake With mask requirements being mandated, quarantine becoming a lockdown and social distancing becoming isolation, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused peoples’ mental health to decline drastically, and college students have been no exception.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 40% of adults are struggling with mental health during this time […]