You've been doing a two-person job. You're stretched too thin and you constantly find yourself answering an increasing number of queries, working on multiple projects, and giving advice on almost everything. Then, the company hires someone to take some of your workload. Now that there's a new person to take some stuff off your plate, you can finally breathe easy. Or can you?
Between reduced work hours and the ever-mounting pressure of debt, a good portion of America’s working class turn to second jobs to supplement income. While a second or even third job can help to put bread on the table, can it actually hurt your chances of landing a dream career later on?