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No age group will escape the economic hardships that the coronavirus pandemic has created. But America's millennial generation born in the '80s and '90s are being hit with a second economic downturn in just 12 years, and economists wonder if they'll ever recover. We're exploring how this generation became so vulnerable, and what needs to happen to pull them out of this economic pit.
In this episode:
Guest host Patricia Sabga (@patriciasabga), managing business editor of aljazeera.com.
Radmilla Suleymanova (@radmillasul), senior business producer for aljazeera.com; Emily Reddix, manager of Pachute clothing boutique in Manhattan, New York; and Camille Busette, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
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