His luck didn’t get any better: Vogetta, who immigrated to the U.S. from Brazil when he was 4, landed a server’s job in a new Brazilian steakhouse that had been set to open on what turned out to be two days after Gov. Andrew Cuomo paused the state’s economy.

“I didn’t see a path to recovery or to the level the industry has been,” said Vogetta, 24, of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

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Hiram Alejandro Durán/THE CITY Professional drivers are among the workers who could lose jobs to automation, a new report found. After seven years of working in the hospitality industry, Matheus Vogetta got a chance to act in a film in early 2020. The movie was being shot in China […]

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