Contingent Employment

Companies who want to improve their overall output may hire contingent workers to expand their labor force. Tapping into the contingent workforce can also help companies save a lot of money on expenses associated with direct exits of contracted workers, training new employees and lost productivity. Companies also save by not hiring employees for skills that may not be useful in the next six to 12 months.

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Benefits of Becoming a Contingent Worker
One major advantage of going the contingency route is that you get the opportunity to build your skills professionally. You will most likely work on a variety of projects from different companies. These projects will give you the right platform to make use of your current skills and add more. This will add enormously to your resume and make you more marketable.

Working for different companies will help you identify what type of company suits you best. This will not only give you an idea of where you want to work, but it will also increase your chances of getting more permanent and lucrative positions.

Working on a contingency basis will also give you the opportunity to interact with a variety of corporate managers and decision-makers. By impressing them with your skills and expertise, you will get a chance to add a few more names to the list of references in your CV.

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