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January 2010 and Businessweek's front cover on the new permanent temporary worker.
February 2011. London's Daily Mail newspaper's headline is;
Age of the part-timer: 200,000 jobs were created last year. Only 3 per cent were full-time
February 01, 2011 in Fractional Work, The Future of Work | Permalink
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