It’s a Part-Time Nation

Great chart showing the remarkable spike higher in the number of people in the U.S. working part-time for economic reasons. According to the latest BLS numbers, 3.4-million were added to the lists in the most recent report — that’s on top, obviously, of the 524,000 headline figure.


[via Calculated Risk]

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