Temps don't get stuck in rut, study says

12/23/2009 | Workforce online

Temporary workers do not become stuck in a cycle of lower-paying, short-term jobs, according to a University of Florida study. About three-quarters of the temporary workers followed by researchers over a four-month period found permanent positions during that time. Temporary employees were also compensated about 15% more per hour than regular hourly employees, although they reported lower wages on a quarterly basis.

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