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That means that if they do hit 1,000 new temp workers, fewer than 150 will work full time.
It notes that of the 380 temp workers hired so far in Ohio, 50 had become full-time employees.
Despite roughly 20 job interviews, and a slew of job applications, he has landed only lower-paying work as a temp.
Actually, I work for a company that mostly employs temp workers, very few long-term employees.
Working in a call center in customer service for peanuts... as a temp.Millennials Report From the Trenches: High Loans, Low Pay, Few Jobs|Sam Schlinkert|July 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was cleansed out again in 1549 at the expense of the trade guilds, and twenty years after, temp.Bygone London|Frederick Ross
Fuller somewhere in his "Church History" says, that anciently there were in England more sirs than knights; and so lately as temp.
Sally (in excited undertone): Auntie Temp, what do you think?Lincoln Day Entertainments|Various
Henry VI, 281;French descent on south coast, 293;war with, temp.London and the Kingdom - Volume III|Reginald R. Sharpe
The following are extracted from fragments of a book of entries, temp.