I came to question your number. Mad props for self-checking, even if after the fact.
The numbers are still dreadful. I'm sure you know this, but for others: Ignoring all the ways that we have underemployment and people no longer seeking, going from 5 to 8% unemployment is a catastrophic number. If we presume we have 160-180* million people working in the US, and 10 looking, a million lost trucking jobs, 4.6 million lost food prep jobs, a few million lost medical support and diagnostic jobs (this time we'll automate out the white collar), a few million clerical and bureaucratic jobs, etc... automation will devour everything. I can see us having a tolerable number of edge condition jobs (a command center team doing truck dispatcher/controller instead of a hundred drivers, one on-call medical expert for multiple clinics using remote diagnostics, someone to stock and clean and secure the burger place, and fewer and fewer people that havent been replaced: tattoo artist, chef, hairdresser, repair and maintenance techs)
This will be messy.
*(aaand THAT is why I blinked hard at the idea 100 million of them flipping burgers).