Some people tend to take temporary jobs (they only work for few month of year), for they have time to do other things. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

Some people tend to take temporary jobs (they only work for few month of year), for they
have time to do other things. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?


[shc_shortcode class=”shc_mybox”]In a time when jobs are few and employers receive hundreds of resumes for one vacancy,
temporary jobs are gaining popularity. Although temporary jobs have both advantages and
disadvantages, the pros definitely outweigh the cons.

To begin with, temporary work is relatively easy to get. If the candidate’s credentials match
the temporary job requirements he might be called upon to fill the position. Secondly, doing
temporary work will give a job candidate much needed work experience. Most companies
require two to three years experience, which puts recent graduates at a loss. Doing
temporary work will give them that experience.

Another benefit to doing temporary work is that, should a vacancy become available within
the company, the temporary worker will have first knowledge of it and can apply before the
job gets posted on-line or handed over to employment agencies. Should a temporary
worker excel in his current job, chances are he might be asked to stay on with the company
on a full-time basis. Furthermore, by going from company to company, a temporary worker
gets a lot of exposure. He doesn’t just learn one job, in the course of his employment he
might gain experience in different fields.

Moreover, by doing temporary work, a worker will also be exposed to different kinds of
environments. In addition, a temporary worker will get exposure to different kinds of
personalities. By learning to work with different kinds of people, a temporary worker can
sharpen his people skills. Last but not least, if a temporary worker needs some time off, he
can just make himself unavailable for a while until he is ready to take on the next
assignment.

On the downside, a temporary job does not have job security and you may be fired any
time. You also do not get the perks and benefits that regular full time employees get. There
may be gaps in your employment from time to time.

To put it in a nutshell, I pen down saying that disadvantages of temporary jobs are far less
than the advantages. For some people, a temporary job is just temporary until they find
something full-time, while for others it is a way of life.Some people tend to take temporary jobs they only work for few month of

Some people tend to take temporary jobs they only work for few month of

Some people tend to take temporary jobs they only work for few month of

Some people tend to take temporary jobs they only work for few month of

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