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While a large share of student loans are currently in forbearance due to COVID-19 aid programs, students—many of whom might struggle to find work in a depressed economy—will be put in a precarious situation when aid programs end.

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The best-paying metros for millennials are a diverse set, with a mix of high-cost coastal cities and more affordable cities in the Midwest. 

The increase in remote work means that U.S. workers are relying even more on technology, which could have an effect on the demand for IT administrators—a group that was in demand even before COVID-19.

Although manufacturing output has grown overall, the growth has not been equal among manufacturing subsectors. The change in manufacturing jobs over the last two decades also differs substantially on a geographic basis. 

Despite a growing interest in health awareness, COVID-19 led to a sharp, immediate decline in physical activity among U.S. adults as gyms closed and residents increasingly stayed home.

The consequences of allergies can impact the ability of individuals to live a healthy lifestyle, as those residing in high-allergy areas often report lower levels of physical activity and self-reported health.

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COVID-19 has led to major changes to daily life for Americans, including a shift toward remote and at-home work. While these changes have led to more flexible working conditions for employees, they have also increased data security risks.

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