Meet Australia’s professional full-time part-timers

The need to unionize against the modern slavery of piece work and piece jobs without benefits. (ODT)

The growth in secondary jobs has not just been confined to professionals. The economy experienced its strongest secondary jobs surge since June 2014 last year – driving the number of people with two jobs to 891,000, up from 779,000 in 2010.

More than 50,000 were added between March and September 2017 alone, according to Tuesday’s figures, which for the first time showed the volatile growth in secondary jobs by industry on a quarterly basis

via Meet Australia’s professional full-time part-timers

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