The Part-Time Economy and Part Time Recovery
The Huffington Post recently reported that one fifth of all new jobs created since the recession ended were temporary jobs.
It’s tough being under 30 today. For the baby boomers growing up in the 1950′s and ’60′s being under 30 was like getting a lottery ticket – at least until the Vietnam War draft.
Many of the people accepting part time employment out of necessity are “millennials”. Not only is the work not full time but often doesn’t require a college education. In addition, part time employees are generally not on the same career path as full time employees so while future job prospects for millennials are uncertain, significant student loan debt loads are.