The U.S. recovery has left the labor market with far more part-time workers than it once had, with the country still 5 million full-time jobs below pre-recessionary levels. Troublingly, the economy added only 96,000 full-time jobs per month through 2013, writes Rob Wile. "At that rate, it will be more than four years before we return to pre-recession levels of full-time employment," he adds.

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