Even though employers added 290,000 jobs to payrolls in April, the unemployment rate inched closer to 10 percent and there's more competition from 800,000 out-of-work Americans who jumped back into search mode last month.
Since the job market isn't rebounding fast enough for some people, there's a growing group who are getting creative. They've given up their quest for one perfect job, and instead have settled on a slew of small jobs, often called gigs. And
for them, the juggle works.