Like anything else, there are advantages and disadvantages of being a temporary worker.
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Temporary employment is an option many people select, voluntarily and involuntarily. Temporary jobs can be great gap fillers and also provide other benefits, like income.
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To be successful in your temp job, follow these dos and don’ts shared by recruiters who fill those jobs and keep the employers happy.