Airline workforce shrank significantly amid pandemic

"Выживает не самый сильный, а самый восприимчивый к переменам." Чарльз Дарвин ©

Nearly a year into the pandemic, the number of people employed by U.S. airlines has rebounded slightly but remains significantly lower than pre-COVID-19 days, according to the latest federal data. Even after receiving federal aid contingent on limiting layoffs, airlines had about 60,000 fewer people working for them at the end of the year than they had in the spring. About 695,000 people worked for U.S. airlines as of December 2020, and that’s up from about 678,000 in November, according to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Last March, 755,000 were employed by the nation’s airlines…

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