In economic news:

The multiple jobholding rate (the percentage of workers who held more than one job at the same time) was 4.9 percent in 2017, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers. That was below the rates recorded during the mid-1990s, which were above 6.0 percent. Among most of the major worker groups, the likelihood of workers holding more than one job was lower in 2017 than in the 1990s.

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