Employers are adding more full-time positions in an effort to recruit workers in a tight labor market. The number of part-time jobs in June fell 25 percent from the same period in 2019. “There are all kinds of productivity benefits from using more full-time workers,” said Julia Pollak, chief economist for ZipRecruiter. “It has huge retention benefits. Many companies realize [one way] their hiring problems are over is if their retention problems are fixed.”
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