Moonlighting


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Moonlighting

The act or practice of taking a second or third job in order to make extra money. Moonlighting may or may not be related to one's actual career. For example, one may wait tables at a restaurant in the evenings even though one's main job is teaching. Moonlighting may be temporary; for instance, one may use the extra money to pay for a trip and then leave the second job.
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first job, due to which they cannot earn above it and so moonlighting is done for financial motives.
The popularity of the concept of moonlighting has stemmed from its relationship with several important employee behaviors particularly job satisfaction.
McClatchy will integrate Moonlighting into its print and digital properties located in 28 US markets and 14 states.
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Looking at the incidence of moonlighting by occupation reveals one of the main reasons for the aggregate gender difference of multiple job holding.
The reasons for these restrictions are based on different characteristics of rural labour markets; moreover in many cases females are involved in moonlighting but are under reported thus not included in estimation.
Understanding the role that moonlighting may play in employment cyclicality may inform the debate concerning the measurement of real wages when studying real-wage cyclicality.
Moonlighting scripts were close to a hundred pages, half again as long as the average one-hour television series.
Indeed, multiple-jobholding, or 'moonlighting', is a widespread phenomenon that has largely been overlooked in organization studies (Betts, 2002; Baba & Jamal, 1992; Jamal, 1986).
"You're not supposed to be funny in an hour," Caron says right at the start of "The Story of 'Moonlighting,'" a 30-minute documentary feature that's divided into two parts on the first and last discs.