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A whole new layer added to the process

It used to be there were temporary positions and permanent positions, and once in a blue moon a scaredy-custard manager would ask if he or she could please do temp-to-perm. It reduced the number of people who would consider taking the position —  as a quick rule of thumb you should NEVER leave a permanent job for a temp-to-perm. There’d have to be a REALLY good reason to risk it, like you’re independently wealthy and don’t need the regular paychecks coming in. So it wasn’t used as an employment tool too regularly. But now, in 2015, we’ve still not quite

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