Daily Rundown: Saturday, June 6

Special Report: Coronavirus Top headlines by LinkedIn News
Here’s what professionals are talking about now
Here’s what professionals are talking about now
  • Protests grow near White House

    Thousands of protesters have gathered in front of the White House and on the National Mall, as anti-racism demonstrations continue across the U.S. and around the world for the second straight weekend.

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  • Hiring's shock rebound in May

    The Labor Department report, which showed payrolls climbed by 2.5 million last month, defied expectations of a new post-War high in joblessness.

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  • Here's who's hiring right now

    While some companies are laying off workers and freezing hiring, others are hiring because demand for their services is skyrocketing.

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  • Will unemployment's rebound stick?

    May's jobs report was encouraging, but Bloomberg reports higher-wage sectors, like government and professional services jobs, were mixed or down, suggesting a full recovery is a long way out.

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  • Wealth gap is getting more extreme

    Newly-published research shows widening wealth gaps are getting even more extreme, especially for minority families with children.

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  • Colleges face a financial reckoning

    The pandemic is increasing pressure on colleges to adjust or justify their exorbitant price tags. If they fail, the future of many institutions will be at risk.

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  • California plots Hollywood restart

    California Gov. Gavin Newsom has laid out the state's plan to restart Hollywood as the coronavirus lockdown eases.

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  • How companies are reopening

    As the nation slowly begins to reopen following coronavirus lockdowns, companies in various industries, spanning from retail to finance, are announcing their plans for the future.

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  • Coronavirus: Official Updates

    The latest news and updates on the coronavirus from official sources of information, including the World Health Organization.

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You’re all caught up on today’s news.

Have a great day.