Part-Timers Treated Like Second-Class Employees

As almost 11.1 million people look for work nationwide, including 400,000 men and women in Georgia, many take on part-time positions when no full-time jobs are available. Nationally, more than one out of every five workers in the United States works part time. Still, part-time workers are often treated like second-class employees, discriminated against because of the number of hours they work.