• Jay Zagorsky

    Jay Zagorsky (GRS’87,’92), a Questrom School of Business senior lecturer in markets, public policy, and law, can be reached at zagorsky@bu.edu.  Profile

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There is 1 comment on POV: We Need Unemployment Insurance to Protect Workers and the Economy from Coronavirus

  1. Boston University’s teaching fellows and research fellows do not have unemployment insurance. This is despite the fact that we receive weekly W-2 salaries, and that we perform almost all the grading, most of the teaching, and virtually all of the research.

    The university does not function without us, but if we are hit by COVID19, we will not get unemployment protection.

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