Moody’s economist: R.I. job recovery could take 6 years

MOODY'S ANALYTICS CHIEF ECONOMIST Mark Zandi said in a panel discussion organized by Bryant University that it could take up to six years for Rhode Island to recover COVID-19-related job losses.
SMITHFIELD – An estimated three-year recovery to pandemic-related job losses nationally could take double the time in Rhode Island, Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi said in a call with reporters on Wednesday. Zandi shared his economic predictions, both national and local, in a panel discussion entitled “The Challenges after a Historic Election,” organized by…

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