March 7, 2013 -- Professor Katherine Stone discussed a rise in temporary and part-time employment in the U.S. in a CBS "MoneyWatch" article.
"What's changed in the last 20 years is that there's been an unraveling of job security in the labor market, as well as a diminishment of benefit packages and a deterioration of stable, reliable wages and promotion pathways," said Katherine Stone, a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, and labor specialist. "There's been a really fundamental shift in the nature of employment -- it's a sea change. Whether you're talking about the expanded use of short-term employees, temporary workers, project workers, contractors or on-call workers, the use of workers who don't have regular jobs has increased a lot."
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