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Planning retirement after job loss

SAN ANTONIO — Empty offices, deserted buildings and unoccupied spaces are what is left after the pandemic forced many companies to lay off staff.

Sarah Fuhrman, a CARE humanitarian policy specialist, is studying the world’s response to the pandemic.

“Gender inequality is growing,” she said. “Most of the people who’ve been laid off, of course, it’s hit both men and women, but more women in the U.S. have been laid off than men.”

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