The Coronavirus pandemic has brought about a record number of job losses in the U.S., with over 33 million since the start of the outbreak. Unfortunately for those looking to get back into the job market, listings have also decreased as companies cut costs and, for some, completely shut down. Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Indeed, shows which jobs have been the most difficult to come by for prospective employees, as well as how the coronavirus crisis has affected the bargaining power an applicant has when negotiating a new salary.