It’s easy to find a job these days. But for millions of Americans, one job is not enough to get by. A Labor Day photo essay by the great Damon Winter, and me
More than eight million people — roughly 5 percent of all workers — held more than one job at a time in July, according to the most recent federal data
Bridget Hughes, 29, works a regular day shift at a Burger King in Kansas City. Three nights a week, she also works the overnight shift at a nearby McDonald’s. Like millions of Americans, she has to work multiple jobs to make ends meet.
One job is better than two. Labor Day and every day we fight for all workers to make a living wage, have healthcare and a decent retirement, and, of course, a union. via ⁦
"More than eight million people — roughly 5 percent of all workers — held more than one job at a time in July, according to the most recent federal data. The economy has been growing for more than a decade, but... not all Americans are thriving."
In Trump's economy, the rich get richer while working families struggle. Millions of Americans have to work a second job, on top of their full-time job, in order to make ends meet.
Eight million people work two or more jobs just to survive in the world's richest country. Their stories show us an economy of, by, and for the 1%. It's time to stand up, fight back, and build a society where America's working class can live in dignity.
“One Job Is Better Than Two”, an article from is trending. The fine print? About 5% of working Americans worked more than one job AT SOME POINT IN JULY. Not the economic tragedy they’d have you believe.
One job is better than two. Millions of Americans have full-time jobs that don’t pay enough to make ends meet. So they have to work a second job, too
For millions of American workers, one job is not enough. This was a powerful and well done photo essay for #LaborDay that offers a complete picture of real people working incredibly hard to support their families: #ICYMI