Matthew Tait took a part-time gig at Ford Motor’s advertising agency so he could focus on his wooden toy business. Many young and college-educated people are abandoning their parents’ traditional career path and working just enough hours to pay the bills or pursue a passion, a shift with broad implications for hiring practices.
Matthew Tait took a part-time gig at Ford Motor’s advertising agency so he could focus on his wooden toy business. Many young and college-educated people are abandoning their parents’ traditional career path and working just enough hours to pay the bills or pursue a passion, a shift with broad implications for hiring practices. HANDOUT Tait Design Co. via Bloomberg
Matthew Tait took a part-time gig at Ford Motor’s advertising agency so he could focus on his wooden toy business. Many young and college-educated people are abandoning their parents’ traditional career path and working just enough hours to pay the bills or pursue a passion, a shift with broad implications for hiring practices. HANDOUT Tait Design Co. via Bloomberg

Why 6 million Americans would rather work part time

August 23, 2015 02:00 AM