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Number of underemployed Minnesotans continues to rise

There's a large group of Minnesotans who cobble together two, three or sometimes even four part time jobs to make ends meet. But, they'd much rather be working full time. The Pioneer Press reports that the number of underemployed Minnesotans -- those who would like full time work, but can only find part time jobs -- has nearly tripled since 2002. Minnesota appears to be inline with a national trend.
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There's a large group of Minnesotans who cobble together two, three or sometimes even four part time jobs to make ends meet. But, they'd much rather be working full time. The Pioneer Press reports that the number of underemployed Minnesotans -- those who would like full time work, but can only find part time jobs -- has nearly tripled since 2002. Minnesota appears to be inline with a national trend.

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