Temporary Work: A Luring Option?

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Information technology is considered to be the fastest-growing sector of the short-term job market today, and almost every U.S. company utilizes these contingent workers. It seems that working independently or for a staffing company may be the new trend for IT professionals, and without a doubt, staffing companies are making it a luring option.

 

Because the call for temporary hires is growing and the demand for short-term IT projects is widespread, temporary or freelance employment is a viable and lucrative option—whether the person is a technical expert or simply trying to get his or her foot in the IT industry door. Short-term work—especially in the IT industry—offers a diverse spectrum of projects, jobs and responsibilities that can build a recent grad’s resume or satisfy a person’s desire for a challenge.

 

Although a lot of people like the stability that comes along with full-time work, a majority of today’s workforce prefers the flexibility and diversity that parallels with temporary employment. More and more people are demanding flexible work schedules in order to balance their professional and personal lives. If you are wary of an independent career, collaborating with a staffing company may be the answer. Staffing companies often offer competitive wages, health insurance, vacation and holiday pay, and retirement plans. Some even provide free training. Therefore, if you are a person who thrives on project diversity, wishes to build your resume or is simply tired of corporate offices, then an independent or contract-employee career may be just what you are looking for.

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