Bangor Daily News
| by Josh Keefe

Professor of Economics Michael Donihue was tapped to comment on a March 20 Bangor Daily News article titled “Restaurant staff divvy up food, help each other file for unemployment, as they enter ‘panic mode’” that reported on the importance of seasonal business to Maine’s economy. “We have a really vulnerable population, not just because we’re the oldest state but because we don’t have that much disposable income and people depend a lot on seasonal work,” Donihue told the BDN. “If we don’t have the season, it’s hard for them to make it.”

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