$600 unemployment booster isn't primary reason people do or do not work: Yale economists

The $600 unemployment booster provided as part of the first coronavirus stimulus is not the primary reason people do or do not work, a study from Yale economists shows. That said, some small business owners report their employees make more money on unemployment and opt not to work because of it.
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