More workers losing hope of getting back jobs

MISSING THE FUN: Dawn Abbott, CEO of Fun Productions, a small corporate-events company that she started in 1991, is shown amid the unused items in the company’s northeast Denver warehouse.  / AP PHOTO/DAVID ZALUBOWSKI
MISSING THE FUN: Dawn Abbott, CEO of Fun Productions, a small corporate-events company that she started in 1991, is shown amid the unused items in the company’s northeast Denver warehouse. / AP PHOTO/DAVID ZALUBOWSKI
Eric Benz didn’t worry very much when his graphic design firm in Atlanta laid him off in March. He felt sure he’d be recalled to work once the viral pandemic eased and his firm’s clients resumed spending. Three months later, there’s been no call. Instead, Benz has applied for gig work as an Instacart shopper.…

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