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The Dirty Little Secret of the Pandemic: Some People Are Saving a Fortune

Despite the unprecedented shedding of American jobs, real disposable personal income has been on the rise

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While the deluge of coronavirus-related layoffs and furloughs continues into June, some Americans have a dirty little secret: Thanks to the shutdowns, they’ve been…

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Molly Oswaks is a freelance journalist based in Los Angeles, CA. Work in: The New York Times, Playboy, Glamour, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Details, etc.

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