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Employment / Part-Time Workers #287357

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 07, 1983
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(Studio) Increase last month in "involuntary" part-time workers noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) Implications for nation's work patterns of employers' increasing use of part-time employees rather than full time examined; Jim Swope's case cited as example [SWOPE - is scared by business community's new approach.] Rise in part-time employment in recent years graphed on screen. [Kathy BODNER - hopes to go full time or find another job.] [Monsignor Charles RICE - notes impact of situation on morale of unemployed steelworkers such as Robert Burrows.] [BURROWS - cites loss of medical and other benefits.] Implications of situation considered.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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