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Measuring happiness is a tough feat when the majority of the world is at the mercy of a contagious pandemic that is wreaking havoc on every aspect of daily life. With the unemployment rate soaring to 11%, it is natural for dejection to set in. But even with the world
International college students play a significant role in holding up the backbone of the American economy. To quantify this, they contributed $45 billion to the financial system in 2018 alone.
By the end of March the country’s rich and powerful had pushed the narrative of the disease being an equalizer. This notion is false.
Short-sightedness in policy-making threatens to uproot millions of immigrants and international folk who make up the fabric of American society. With unemployment now affecting 17.8 million people, there is also the additional danger of turning away hoards of foreign-born workers.
Minority groups are expected to pick up the pieces of a rapidly dissolving job market.