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Instead of hiring more full time employees, many business owners are taking advantage of the laws that state it is not necessary to provide insurance and other benefits to part time employees. However, hiring a full time employee typically requires that benefit packages be offered to those employees, whether or not they choose to take advantage of the packages available. Anyone who works more than 36 hours in a single week for at least three weeks in a row is automatically considered a full time employee in most states and as such, the employer must make a package of benefits available to that employee.
That said, and with millions of people once working in full time jobs all across the nation, it is no wonder that the jobs that did come with benefit packages have disappears in favor of part time jobs which have no such requirements. If you were working in a job that offered benefits, but you lost the job in favor of your former employer hiring part time employees, then there may be some help for you depending on what state you live in. Click the links on the left will find various resources and information that could lead you to a better paying position, and help you learn about the laws on benefits.