The more educated you are, the more likely you’ll juggle two jobs.
That's the assertion from MarketWatch correspondent Catey Hill, who's tapping into two data sources, Indeed.com and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which affirms that workers with at least a college degree and those in managerial and professional fields who are the most likely to seek and find a second job.
To pay off the loans, perhaps?
While roughly 6% of highly educated workers work multiple jobs, just around 3% of high-school dropouts and 4% of high school grads do. And while roughly 6% of managers and professionals have multiple jobs, only about 3% in fields like mining, construction, manufacturing and transportation do.