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We know now why job creation has been so weak in the recovery from the Great Recession, or Lesser Depression, as some have called it. Governments have lost too many jobs, and that mostly includes public safety and healthcare workers, as well as some 300,000 teaching jobs lost due to the Great Recession.
Each year, Habitat for Humanity engages more than a million volunteers during special events like the Carter Project, on Global Village trips to another part of the world, and in local communities. It has been gratifying to see over the last several years how this community of volunteers is moving online to connect with one another and to share their personal Habitat stories with their families and friends.IMPACT X