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It has been almost seven months since the COVID-19 virus has forced much of the American economy to either shut down (in some part) or work remotely. As I write this article, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that almost 9 million jobs remain lost and that as many as 6 million of those jobs will never return. Fifteen percent of all small business in the United States have closed permanently with more closing every day.
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