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In recent years, Federal Reserve economists have estimated that 600,000 US businesses have permanently closed each year. But a Fed study released on Thursday found that the pandemic has resulted in an additional 200,000 permanent closures of businesses over prepandemic levels — or about a quarter to a third above normal.
Individual companies account for about two-thirds of the closures, while personal service providers, like hair and nail salons, were the hardest hit, accounting for 100,000 permanent closures between March 2020 and February 2021.
“Business exit implies permanent job destruction, potentially detaching workers from the labor details ⇒
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