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man worried Men are more likely than women to have ever been laid off or terminated – 45% of men have lost their jobs as compared to 36% of women. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Even though the current 3.6% U.S. unemployment rate is at a record low, nearly half of the country’s workers are still worried they are going to lose their jobs, according to CareerArc’s 2019 CareerArc Layoff Anxiety Study.

The Harris Poll on behalf of CareerArc surveyed 2,204 U.S. adults, of whom 1,061 were employed, and found that 48% of those working experience layoff anxiety.

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