CodeAcademy Provides 100,000 Furloughed and Fired Workers Access to Premium Coding Courses

The coronavirus pandemic has had drastic effects on the world’s economy and in particular, the United States. Last week, the Labor Department reported that more than 22 million unemployment claims in the last four weeks, essentially wiping out all of the jobs created since the last financial crisis in 2008.

To help the newly unemployed, Codecademy is kickstarting a new initiative aiming to help those who have either lost their jobs or been furloughed because of the economic crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19.

Read the full article at TechRepublic.

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