A Brief on Initial Unemployment Compensation Claimants Residing in Philadelphia During the Local COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak and City Shutdown
Philadelphia Works released a direct analysis of the impact on Philadelphia workers of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and the subsequent City shutdown that followed. Using data from initial unemployment compensation claims from March 15 through May 31, this brief, “Jobless,” explores the unique experiences and economic disparities among residents uncovered by COVID-19 based on zip code, age, race, education, gender, military service, and disability. Workforce development stakeholders, employers, community leaders, and elected officials are encouraged to navigate this publication to make informed decisions about their respective COVID-19 recovery efforts. Read the full brief here.
Philadelphia, PA, USA, April 1, 2020
H. Patrick Clancy, President & CEO at Philadelphia Works joins the program to have a transparent conversation about how COVID-19 is impacting the local workforce in Philadelphia. He[...]