Annie Lowrey

The Atlantic

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Heading into July, coronavirus is spreading in California, rent is due in one day, and extra unemployment benefits will run out soon. At least 40 million Americans are out of work.

Americans face threat of financial ruin as coronavirus continues

Heading into July, coronavirus is spreading in California, rent is due in one day, and extra unemployment benefits will run out soon. At least 40 million Americans are out of work.

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For some millennials, the economic fallout from the pandemic has a familiar feeling to it.

Millennials face another economic crash: First the 2008 recession, now COVID-19

For some millennials, the economic fallout from the pandemic has a familiar feeling to it.

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Some household budgets of America’s upper middle class have gone viral. People who earn $200,000 to $300,000 per year are claiming they’re tapped out and struggling to scrape by.

When $350,000 isn’t enough: What it means to be wealthy in LA

Some household budgets of America’s upper middle class have gone viral. People who earn $200,000 to $300,000 per year are claiming they’re tapped out and struggling to scrape by.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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