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The Class of 2020 Was Headed Into a Hot Job Market. Then Coronavirus Hit.

Marie Chailosky is graduating this spring from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She had plans to intern this summer in Nashville at Warner Music Group Corp.’s radio streaming department. Thursday, that offer evaporated. Ms. Chailosky, 22 years old, says several classmates have had job offers pulled amid the economic chaos borne from…

Marie Chailosky is graduating this spring from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She had plans to intern this summer in Nashville at Warner Music Group Corp.’s radio streaming department. Thursday, that offer evaporated.

Ms. Chailosky, 22 years old, says several classmates have had job offers pulled amid the economic chaos borne from the new coronavirus. She was also laid off from her hostess job at a brew pub in Athens, Ohio, and with her internship falling through, she says she plans on staying at her…

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