The Pandemic Has Gutted Low-Income jobs. Automation is speeding up. How Do We Move Forward? - Issue #3
By The Intersection Magazine Staff
Frontline workers, now considered essential workers, have kept our economy afloat through the pandemic. Essential workers, often Black, Latino and women of color, have served all Americans while, literally, putting themselves and their families at risk of catching Covid-19. Molly Bashay has continually tracked the pandemic’s impact on labor and automation.
Read the full interview here.