Retail Prepares for a Covid-Inflected Holiday Season

A study out of Yale University from late June found that the number of hours worked by small business employees fell drastically below pre-pandemic levels, but the average worker received more hours in June than in March and April.

The report analyzed small business data from January to June 6. However, the number of new cases of COVID-19—the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus—began spiking nationwide in mid-June to new highs, and some areas began closing back down sectors of the economy that had only recently reopened.

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