Lots of readers responded to my column last week about the frustrating cycle of subsidizing employers by serving as an on-call labor pool. Even full-time workers get caught in this trap when their schedules fluctuate, resulting in lighter paychecks. They make just enough to pay the bills, but not enough to survive a job loss, so they don’t complain.
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