More than 200 million adults in the US are now working part-time, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
This includes more than 6 million who are full-time and half of those full-timers are women.
That means they are earning an average of less than $20,000 per year, according the BLS.
But as with many professions, the gap between women and men is narrowing.
The BLS says women are making more than men in all fields except healthcare.
Here are some tips for finding out how to get a job, and finding out what you can do about it.
Salary cap If you are in your 30s and want to get the most out of your career, start thinking about what it will take to be in the top tier.
That can be as simple as working at a place where you can earn more than your male co-workers.
Or it can be a combination of a high-paying job and working hard.
There are two types of jobs.
Some jobs require a lot of education, experience or skills, while others don’t.
Some employers may also pay for some of the benefits of working part time.
If you work part- or full- time and earn less than the federal minimum wage, your employer may require you to work more hours than you are entitled to.
If your employer is not paying your full salary, you may be eligible for a wage subsidy, which is often paid to part- time workers.
You can find out more about how your job might affect your federal income tax filing status.
The federal government requires employers to offer a job that meets certain qualifications for employees.
You may be able to find out how much your job pays by contacting the Federal Government website.
For more tips on how to find the best career for you, read the BBC’s advice to finding a career.
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