Just 3% of jobs created in 2010 were full time

Almost all of the jobs that were created after the UK economy emerged from the recession were part time. Many Britons are taking up part time roles due to a short supply of full time positions. A massive 97% of the jobs created during the post recession climate were part time, according to The Daily Mail. The findings, reported by a respected think tank, show that of the 200,000 roles created in the past year just 6,000 paid a full year's salary. Described as 'McJobs' these limited hour roles have to be accepted by hundreds of unemployed Britons looking to get hold of any sort of pay packet in order to pay their bills.