More Dutch youth moonlighting
By FFE EU News Staff
According to a report released by Dutch national statistics office CBS on Monday, around half a million people in Holland or 544,000 have two jobs. Compared to those who are holding one job, people holding two jobs also work an additional two hours per week.
The number of people holding two jobs also rose by 12,000 in a year’s time. On average, they render 36 hours of work a week.
The majority or 12% of these two-job holders are also aged from 15 to 25, making youngsters more likely to hold two jobs at a time than other age groups.