AbstractThe sharp economic contraction caused by the coronavirus shifted to recovery in May 2020. This report details the return of employment growth in New Jersey and the nation, examines the possible time frame for full economic recovery, and presents structural changes that are happening in parts of the economy.
SubjectsCoronavirus-driven economic contraction, Benchmarking economic recovery, Structural transformation of office economy, New Jersey, United States, COVID-19
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