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The COVID-19 crisis isn’t over for workers in Nigeria (Jonathan Lain and Tara Vishwanath, Brookings)

The labor market is the main vehicle through which the proceeds of growth are shared among households and individuals. Therefore, understanding the labor market is essential for poverty reduction. This topic is crucial in Nigeria, where the government aspires to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty by 2030—an ambitious objective since, even before the pandemic, around 4 in 10 Nigerians lived below the national poverty line.

The COVID-19 crisis isn’t over for workers in Nigeria (brookings.edu)