Quinn Posted January 30, 2013 Share Posted January 30, 2013 It's been too long for me, but I ran accross this snippet of information the The Week magazine: "Almost a third of the nation's workers can't take sick days when they fall ill. While 80 percent of full-time employees get paid sick days, only 25 percent of part-timers do." This should be enough information to determine what percent of all workers are full vs. parttime. 20 percent full-timers plus 75 percent part-timers equals one third of the total workforce. A full page of notes and I've got an answer, but would be interested to see how I should have done it. ------ Link to comment
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