According to a report by the National Employment Law Project, retail workers make up 11 percent of working adults but 18 percent of adults who are getting part-time hours against their choice.
According to a report by the National Employment Law Project, retail workers make up 11 percent of working adults but 18 percent of adults who are getting part-time hours against their choice. File photo by Matt Rourke The Associated Press
According to a report by the National Employment Law Project, retail workers make up 11 percent of working adults but 18 percent of adults who are getting part-time hours against their choice. File photo by Matt Rourke The Associated Press

Part-time hours disproportionately affect retail workers

March 04, 2015 11:15 AM

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