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Project work may get you hired

Professionals trying to land a job may want to pursue project work. According to specialized staffing service, Robert Half International, companies that are unable to add full-time employees during periods of economic uncertainty often bring in professionals on a temporary basis, which can translate into opportunities for those who are looking to earn income, make new contacts and enhance their marketability during an extended job search.

“In an uncertain economic environment, it is essential for companies to maintain productivity levels, often with less staff and heavier workloads,” said Kathryn Bolt, president for Robert Half International’s Canadian operations. “While it may be difficult for businesses to predict their long-term staffing needs, project and temporary professionals can offer a cost-effective staffing solution in the interim.”

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