Differences in time use and activity patterns when adding a second job: implications for health and safety in the United States.

@article{MarucciWellman2014DifferencesIT,
  title={Differences in time use and activity patterns when adding a second job: implications for health and safety in the United States.},
  author={Helen R Marucci-Wellman and Tin-chi Lin and Joanna L. Willetts and Melanye J. Brennan and Santosh Verma},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2014},
  volume={104 8},
  pages={1488-500}
}
OBJECTIVES We compared work and lifestyle activities for workers who work in 1 job with those who work in multiple jobs during a 1-week period. METHODS We used information from the 2003-2011 American Time Use Survey to classify workers into 6 work groups based on whether they were a single (SJH) or multiple (MJH) job holder and whether they worked their primary, other, multiple, or no job on the diary day. RESULTS The MJHs often worked 2 part-time jobs (20%), long weekly hours (27% worked… CONTINUE READING
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