We spoke with workers in Asia affected by the coronavirus, and it shows how the outbreak could affect white- and blue-collar jobs around the world
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The novel coronavirus, a disease outbreak that has spread to 26 countries since December, upended work in East and Southeast Asia.

In conversations on how coronavirus affected work in East and Southeast Asia, white-collar workers expressed greater feelings of job security than low-earning workers, and some small-business owners reported losing their jobs or pay as a result of the outbreak.

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