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More than 10 million people in the U.S. are out of jobs, and the hardest-hit industries are also some of the lowest paying, including retail, leisure, hospitality and tourism. Sarah Gonzales for NPR hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

'$4 In My Bank Account': Pandemic Has Left Millions Of Livelihoods In Limbo

Lilli Rayne's dog-walking business was taking off and she was finally preparing to buy a house. Then the pandemic struck. She's among the millions of Americans struggling to stay afloat right now.

More than 10 million people in the U.S. are out of jobs, and the hardest-hit industries are also some of the lowest paying, including retail, leisure, hospitality and tourism. Sarah Gonzales for NPR hide caption

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'My Bank Account Has $4': Pandemic Has Left Millions Of Livelihoods In Limbo

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A police officer walks on Dec. 21, 1988, by the nose of Pan Am Flight 103 near Lockerbie, Scotland, where it lay after a bomb aboard exploded, killing a total of 270 people. Martin Cleaver/AP hide caption

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32 Years Later, U.S. Charges Alleged Bomb-Maker In Pan Am Flight 103 Attack

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