As states reacted to the pandemic's economic calamity, many made deep cuts to education budgets, forcing school layoffs, according to the Zippia's report. Not only were teachers let go, but also administrators, bus drivers, maintenance personnel and other support staff.
At the same time, colleges and universities have eliminated positions during the downturn, as have private businesses that employ training personnel.
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