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November 1986, Vol. 109, No. 11
Moonlighting by women
jumped to record highs
An important, but small, proportion of Americans work at two jobs or more; they do so principally for financial reasons such as meeting regular expenses or paying off debts and also to explore new careers while still holding on to their primary jobs.
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