The COVID economy carves deep divide between haves and have-nots
Many are being left behind in the comeback since the start of the pandemic. The covid economy has formed a deep divide in America. For those who can work from home, to the firms serving them and to regions hospitable to them, they have been prosperous - but for lower-wage workers, they face year-long scars from the crisis. Eric Morath, Theo Francis and Justin Baer investigate for The Wall Street Journal.
From The Wall Street Journal