With the U.S. and the world reeling from the effects of the novel coronavirus, the United States economy has taken a massive hit. The stock market has erased almost all of the gains made during the Trump presidency and jobless claims across the country are skyrocketing. Unemployment claims in Tennessee have tripled since March 8 and CNBC is predicting that the U.S. GPD could shrink by as much as 13 percent. The drastic coronavirus relief bills the Trump administration is considering are also a testament to how fragile many in government believe the current economy is. However, the question remains, what does economic recovery look like after the coronavirus recedes?
Noah Adamitis Associate Editor