Regularly working 35 or more hours—the Bureau of Labor Statistics' definition cutoff for "full-time"—is a typical criterion for considering a job to be "good." (Others include the pay and breadth of benefits.) As the economic expansion continues to unfold, full-time employment is growing. In March 2015, 121 million people were working full-time, up from a low of 110.6 in December 2009, but still somewhat short of the pre-recession high of 121.9 in November 2007. For the 27.7 million workers who worked part-time hours as of March 2015, (i.e.