The typical U.S. employee works in an establishment with about 600 full-time and 72 part-time workers. It is also true that the median numbers for full- and part-time workers are 50 and 2. Explain this apparent paradox.
When we talk about a US employee in an establishment with about 600 full time and 72 part time workers, we are talking about the mean or the average number of workers. The average is found by adding the total number of full time and part time workers and dividing the number by the total number of firms. Some of the firms are very large with a large number of full time and part time workers. At ...
This solution explains organizations that employ full time and part time employees. The sources used are also included in the solution.