An Estimated 1.64 Million U.S. Non-Profit Workers Lost Jobs Due To COVID-19
Between March and May 2020, an estimated 1.64 million people employed by non-profit organizations lost their jobs due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic public health emergency. This equates to more than 13% of those employed by a non-profit organization, and about 8.8% of all job losses during this period. Of the non-profit jobs lost, approximately 35% have been in the health care field.
Across economic sectors, the share of non-profit jobs lost varied. Overall, non-profit job losses accounted for …
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