Since March, U.S. employers have added 187,000 full-time workers to their payrolls—and 791,000 part-timers.
That approximately 1:4 ratio of full-time to part-time work is the inverse of the total U.S. employment picture. Just 28.2 million Americans have part-time jobs, while 116.1 million work full time.
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