Honestly, working a second job is a terrific measure for how bad the economy is.

It becomes a little tricky when we are talking about the potential of people just doing things like driving a single Uber Eats order on the way home or some such, which might just be an interesting way to earn your gas money back for the day.

To what extent this is the case, I am unsure.

Forty-four percent of Americans work a second job, a 13 percent increase relative to the Trump administration, a LendingClub report revealed Tuesday.

The recent increase under President Joe Biden is highlighted by a survey from FlexJobs, which found 69 percent of employed professionals either have a side job or want one.

The desire to work longer hours at a second job comes as Biden’s 40-year-high inflation cost American households an extra $5,200 in 2022 or $433 per month on average, according to Bloomberg.

Your actual income basically disappearing by more than a single average paycheck over the course of the year... in just a year of inflation.

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