Small Business in the News: August 19, 2021 Edition

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The pandemic has impacted different groups of people in different ways, just like it has affected businesses differently. Recent studies have looked at workers under 40 (broadly speaking, Millennials and older Gen-Zers), as well as Gen Xers. Check out their findings, plus more of the top news for small business!

Nearly a third of U.S. workers under 40 considered changing careers during the pandemic (Washington Post)

Gen X amid the Pandemic: How Their Finances, Shopping Behavior, and Digital Usage Look (Business Insider)

47% of Small Businesses Fear Another Government Shutdown Over Delta Variant (Small Biz Trends)

15% of PPP Loans Could Be Fraudulent, Study Says (New York Times)

How The Tory Burch Foundation Is Supporting Women Business Owners Amid The Pandemic (Forbes)

Here’s what the Delta variant means for the economic recovery (CNN Business)

How to react when an employee discloses a disability (Fast Company)

Meet the Startups Helping Businesses Reach an Untapped Talent Pool of 61 Million (Inc.)

How the Rapid Planning Method Makes You More Productive (Entrepreneur)

6 Reasons You Should Hire Entrepreneurs for Your Team (SmallBizClub)


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