A company called Civvl says evicting people is the "FASTEST GROWING MONEY MAKING GIG DUE TO COVID-19."
White and non-white households reported similar disparities across answers about paying off debt, struggles to pay rent or mortgage bills, serious problems affording food, trouble buying medical care, and more.
According to the UK's Office for National Statistics, the number of 16 to 24-year-olds in employment fell by 156,000 in the three months leading up to July.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused unemployment to skyrocket across Europe, and young people are among the most likely to lose out.
States couldn't afford to pay their share of the new benefits, and the president's executive order excludes many of the country's 30 million unemployed people.
The Trump administration will have to keep waiting for its mythical, V-shaped recovery.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said the system was designed with “pointless roadblocks” to “discourage” people from collecting unemployment.
Some have been on a rent strike, some are on the verge of eviction, some are dealing with landlords who suggest letting a stranger's family move in to help share the cost of rent.
The economy is in the toilet and there's a pandemic happening, but somehow we are still expected to look for work.
Mass evictions could be enormously destabilizing for communities of color, experts and housing advocates warn.
But the right wing of the party is really not pleased.