There's no evidence to support the oft-predicted increase in part-time workers as a response to provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

At least not yet.

That's the conclusion of an in-depth study of workforce data undertaken by researchers at the Urban Institute and the University of Illinois. Funded largely by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the study sliced and diced existing information on part-time vs. fulltime workers before and after PPACA's enactment.

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