What if there’s a cure for pandemic unemployment?

If you’re feeling stuck at work, you’re not alone. 

According to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, nearly half of Americans are unemployed or underemployed. 

That means that for nearly 40% of people, there’s no job or job-related income that they can tap into to keep them afloat. 

Many of those people have no choice but to rely on government assistance programs like food stamps and Medicaid to help them get by. 

In the U.S., the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides $7.9 billion to low-income families in 2018, according to the US Department of Agriculture. 

The Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is designed to provide $1.1 billion a year in food assistance to low and moderate-income Americans. 

A third of SNAP households receive food assistance through Medicaid, according the USDA. 

However, it is unclear how many SNAP households qualify for WIC benefits. 

Another program that can help those who can’t get jobs through work is the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program. 

It provides money for low-wage workers who can work, but don’t have a job or other income to pay for it. 

And it can provide cash grants for up to $3,000 a year to people who are in poverty. 

There’s also the Supplemental Job Training Program (SJTP), which provides cash assistance for up or $2,000 to help people find jobs in their fields, according a 2017 report by the National Employment Law Project. 

All of these programs are available to low income people in certain areas, and many of them also benefit people with disabilities. 

But, they’re not always available to people in specific industries or states. 

For example, in 2018 the Census Bureau reported that 1 in 8 workers aged 25-64 were employed in non-farm employment, while 1 in 4 workers aged 55-64 was employed in farming. 

This means that there are more people in poverty and underemia than there are jobs in the food and agriculture industries. 

When it comes to job opportunities for people without a high school degree, the lack of a job isn’t a new phenomenon. 

“We are really just starting to see it as a trend,” said Stephanie Osterman, director of the Center for the Study of Labor and Employment at Northeastern University. 

More than 80% of workers between the ages of 25 and 64 have a college degree, and only 20% of them are employed in jobs that require a high degree. 

Yet, the average jobless rate for workers between ages 25 and 34 is 5.5% and that rate is higher for people between 35 and 44. 

One study found that a third of workers in industries with a median wage of less than $40,000 were in the workforce that is not part of the food processing industry. 

With no jobs, many people struggle to find the money to pay their rent or utilities. 

As a result, some people have turned to charity to help. 

Recently, the Food Bank of Central New York (FBCNY) was started in order to provide free food to low wage workers and families, which is a huge boost for those who cannot afford food or rent. 

FBC NY was the first non-profit organization to offer free food, and it has grown to become the largest food bank in the region. 

Each year, FBC NY provides 1.2 million meals to low to moderate-wage households, according its founder and executive director, Kristi S. Smith. 

Since its inception, the food bank has provided over 2 million meals and over 6,000 meals to households in need, according S.J. Smith, FLCNY’s CEO and CEO. 

Smith said that FBCNY’s mission is to help those in need by giving food, clothing, and shelter, and providing food pantries, food banks, and other programs to those who are currently on the verge of being without food. 

S.J.’s mission is also to provide job training for those with no job training and assist those in the process of becoming a job-ready job seeker. 

She said that she started the FBC in response to a lack of job opportunities and she believes it will be a catalyst for other non-profits and non-governmental organizations to start serving those in poverty who are struggling to find work. 

While FBC NYC has seen a dramatic increase in people’s need over the last decade, it still has a long way to go, Smith said. 

Despite the massive amount of need, Smith believes that FLC will continue to be a major force for change. 

Although it is difficult to pinpoint exactly how many people are in need of job training, the vast majority of