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    Beverly Pickering goofs around with client Bella the husky. Pickering's dog walking and pet sitting business relies on people traveling. People aren't doing that much these days. Courtesy of Beverly Pickering hide caption

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    Angelita Wynn, a school bus driver in Pittsburgh, says her abrupt layoff and the delay in jobless benefits has thrown her for a loop. Courtesy of Angelita Wynn hide caption

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    As more and more workers lose jobs, many states say they are seeing the trust funds used to pay unemployment benefits begin to run low. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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    Deluge Continues: 26 Million Jobs Lost In Just 5 Weeks

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    Employees assemble motors at a Mercedes-Benz factory in Stuttgart, Germany, on Wednesday. The German government pays much of laid-off workers' salaries for up to 12 months during economic crises. Alex Kraus/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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    Episode 993: Negative Oil

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    Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman speaks during a press conference inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino convention center in 2019. Daniel Clark/USA TODAY Sports via Reuters hide caption

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    A coding student takes a course on the computer programming language COBOL in 1997 ahead of the Y2K computer meltdown. The coronavirus pandemic has created a dearth of programmers who know how to operate in the pre-Internet coding language. Philip Holman/AP hide caption

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    'COBOL Cowboys' Aim To Rescue Sluggish State Unemployment Systems

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    People gather outside the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on Monday to protest the state's stay-at-home order, which is in effect until May 1. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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    Fox News Executive Tries To Rein In Stars As They Cheer On Anti-Lockdown Rallies

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    Producers have kept pumping oil, even if they're not making money, partly because wells — once shut down — can be difficult to get back up and running. Here, a pump jack operates at Willow Springs Park in Long Beach, Calif. Apu Gomes/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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    Why We Didn't Prepare For The Pandemic

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    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., wearing a face mask, arrives at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday ahead of a vote on the latest coronavirus relief package. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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    Miguel Diaz hands out unemployment applications to people in their vehicles on April 8 in Hialeah, Fla. Black, Latino and Asian American workers have lost jobs at a faster clip than white employees during the coronavirus pandemic. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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    Small Business Rescue Earned Banks $10 Billion In Fees

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