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Alum Spotlight: Marokey Sawo MS ’20
Marokey Sawo, a 2020 graduate of the Levy Economics Institute Master’s Program in Economic Theory and Policy, and coauthor Michele Evermore take a second look at the percentage of laid-off workers getting better pay from enhanced unemployment benefits. “Many workers lose more than just wages in unemployment―they lose employer contributions to health insurance, paid leave, and retirement benefits as well,” they write. “These individuals are likely receiving less, not more, in unemployment than they were in their former jobs.”
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