Business CurioSeptember 13, 2021
Health care battle continues for survivors of 9/11
Many of the people who survived the 9/11 terror attacks 20 years ago are still dealing with a mountain of ongoing health costs. Claims have risen in recent years, many from those diagnosed with cancer. Diane Swonk is today’s guest to add more facets to the unemployment numbers discussion. A new study says racial inequalities have cost the U.S. $51 trillion dollars in lost output since 1990. And, while Google and Microsoft have pledged billions toward cybersecurity, there’s a shortage of people with cybersecurity skills.
Aired September 9, 2021
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