3.7M part-time workers (disposable, permatemp, no benefits)

Ah, a report on one aspect of our phony unemployment rate.

The New York Times:

The number of Americans who have seen their full-time jobs chopped to part time because of weak business has swelled to more than 3.7 million — the largest figure since the government began tracking such data more than half a century ago

This is a notorious game, to have workers work below 40 hours in order to deny them a host of benefits.

Now it's the largest number in the history of tracking US labor statistics.

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