Shift to Equity: A Snapshot of Equality in Shifts and Hours Worked in the US
In 2024, shift workers are prioritizing job security, predictable schedules, and flexibility more than ever before.

The current shift workforce is 55% women, but despite working more average shifts per month and making up 10% more of the workforce, women currently clock in fewer hours per month than men.

With more and more shift workers switching industries, working multiple jobs, or exiting the hourly workforce entirely, it’s essential to understand the factors shaping the shift work experience in 2024.

Deputy's newly released "Shift to Equity" report dives into the current state of hourly work, providing a comprehensive view of the shift work landscape in the U.S.

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An analysis of 23 million+ hours worked in the US through the lens of gender, age demographic, and industry

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Insights into the current state of shift worker wellbeing and shift equality

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Industry-specific views of workforce changes in hospitality, retail, services, and healthcare