The coronavirus crisis is reshaping America's labor market.
More than 30 million people have filed for first-time unemployment benefits since mid-March as businesses hunkered down for the countrywide lockdown to minimize the spread of the virus. It's no surprise that companies put hiring decisions on the backburner.
Job openings have dropped 28% since early March, according to research from career website Glassdoor.
Two in three employers have decreased their job openings, while a quarter of employers have pulled down all job openings.
Although these declines were broad-based, even including the health care jobs, the travel and tourism industry was hit the hardest by the declines in job postings, with openings down 79% since early March, according to the report.