About 30 millions Americans have filed for jobless claims since mid-March and President Trump signed the $2 trillion total spending package to help the low income individuals.
During this tough time, people may not find jobs in their area of interest but there might be other opportunities to cope up with this economic hardship.
Social networking site LinkedIn, which is popular for professional networking, recently came out with a list of top ten most in-demand jobs in the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic.
As most of the people are working from home and not stepping out of their homes, they have switched to online shopping, which has created an opportunity for delivery drivers. This is why the demand for this job has increased amid the crisis.
A large number of people have been tested positive for the coronavirus in the U.S. which means more health workers are needed.
New York State is the epicenter of the pandemic which is why Governor Andrew Cuomo publicly urged health care workers to come and help.
"As governor of New York, I am asking health care professionals across the country: If you don't have a health care crisis in your community, please come help us in New York now," Cuomo said in March.
Watch the video above, to know what other jobs are in-demand right now.
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