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Posted May 05, 2018 07:08:00 We have been living in a society in which a large percentage of people who don’t need to work are able to work from home, often for free.

However, the trend has not been confined to just the home.

While people are increasingly working from home in large parts of the world, there is still an increasing amount of people in countries such as China and India who have to work in factories, even though they are allowed to work part-time.

In the US, for example, the percentage of working people in manufacturing fell to about 50 percent in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In 2017, manufacturing employed about 14.7 million people, according the Bureau.

While some people choose to work full-time, there are also people who work part time, which means they can’t work full time.

The Bureau of Labour Statistics also found that the average working person in the US had a median hourly wage of $9.24 in 2018, down from $10.10 in 2017.

The number of Americans working part- or full- time has been steadily increasing for the past decade.

The last time it was higher was in 2013, when it was up nearly 6 percent, according a Gallup poll.

In 2018, a total of 14.2 million Americans were working part time in an industry that produces or distributes goods and services, according for the Bureau’s Economic Factbook.

The United States is one of the top five nations in the world in terms of its share of global manufacturing jobs.

However in 2017, that number decreased to just 9.5 percent of all manufacturing jobs in the United States, according BLS.

In fact, the United State ranked in the top 15 countries in terms in terms both of the number of manufacturing jobs it had and the percentage that people were working full- or part- time.