A New Jersey woman died earlier this week from catching up on a few hours of sleep in between jobs. Maria Fernandes was found dead Monday morning wearing a Dunkin’ Donuts uniform. Apparently, she was working at four different locations and carried gas in her car for her only time to sleep, napping in-between jobs. Police reported that Fernandes died of toxic fumes from a split can of gas in her backseat. This sad death sheds light on the reality of low-wage and part-time work increasing in the economy.