Shit mate, I'm sorry to hear that. I hope you have options.
Have you looked under your bed?...to me losing my full-time...
True, worldwide people will be confronted with higher unemployment rates.Kidding aside, try finding one soonish (take a week or two to process your situation), because 20% will be out of a job soon.
Countries that make food, are not going rampage and do survive without deep of a scar might be able to profit from the world´s recession.True, worldwide people will be confronted with higher unemployment rates.
"Usually" if one country has a recession another country profits, but at the moment (almost) every country stopped so looks like no country benefits this time.
A lot of countries depend on each other. So even though some counties keep selling products they probably sell less then last year.Countries that make food, are not going rampage and do survive without deep of a scar might be able to profit from the world´s recession.
Spain still suffers from the sequels of the dictatorship of Franco. It's not visible on the surface, but it shows if you dig a bit into the collective psyche of the Spanish people. The media is a bit more controlled and suppressed. People a a little more cautious in saying things. And few Europeans are as French, immediately up in arms and demonstrating. However, French pay the most taxes.@Linux-SWAT I suspect that says more about the general opinion of the goverment by the French populace than anything else. By the numbers, Spain is in a worse state, but I've not heard so much grumbling coming from there. Mind you I can only find general statements of discontent on the France outbreak page on wikipedia, so it may be that we just don't have any Spanish posting in this thread.
It's the same scenario everywhere in ultra-liberal countries.US is coming out of lockdown. 30,000 new cases today.
Geez this is stupid. It's either all or nothing with a lockdown, now we get the economic devastation and no health benefit.