VIDEO: Andrew Yang makes prediction on percentage of jobs that won’t come back

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Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang predicted that “42 percent” of the jobs lost so far in the self-imposed economic shutdowns “won’t come back.”

Yang talked about the latest dire unemployment numbers and speculated that the permanent job losses could be “almost two times” those lost during the Great Recession of 2007-2009 in a Thursday morning appearance on CNN’s “New Day.”

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“So you’re looking at something almost two times the Great Recession, permanently,” said Yang.

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