As jobless claims surge by 3.3 million, unemployment may soon be highest since financial crisis

The Department of Labor revealed that initial jobless claims rose by 3.3 million last week as business were shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.

(Translated) នាយកដ្ឋានការងារបានបង្ហាញថាការទាមទារគ្មានការងារធ្វើដំបូងបានកើនឡើងចំនួន ៣,៣ លាននាក់កាលពីសប្តាហ៍មុនដោយសារអាជីវកម្មត្រូវបានបិទដោយជំងឺរាតត្បាត

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