Here’s why unemployment benefits is backlogged and why it’s only getting worse with lack of personnel and equipment. However, this might change. USA TODAY
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Two percent of the Tennessee’s workforce, or 64,093 people, will permanently lose jobs in the best-case scenario of a May 1 reopening of the economy, according to a new report.