Women are more likely to juggle multiple jobs

03/22/2010 | MSNBC

About 7 million Americans are working at least two jobs, with women more likely to have multiple positions, according to government statistics. "The persistent pay gap between men and women and the greater incidence of part-time work for women means that women are more likely to need more than one job just to make ends meet for their families," says Eileen Appelbaum, a professor and co-director for the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers University.

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