Fluctuating Full-Time

part-time work After reaching a high of 121.9 million in November 2007, the ranks of the full-time employed plummeted to a cyclical low of 111.0 million in October 2009, a loss of 10.7 million jobs. Today, the number of full-time workers is 121.4 million, and should hit a new high in August, 7.75 years after the start of the recession! Part-time employment has fluctuated between 27 and 28 million since March 2009.     

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