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TEMP

On drawings, abbr. for “temperature.”
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Financial temping is very sensitive to factors in the local marketplace, so you should try to talk to consultants and other accounting temps in your local area," he says.
About CPA temping as a way of life, he says: "This is a good solution for people who like flexibility in their careers to participate in a booming economy.
What Rogers and others criticize most is the way temping disempowers workers - both economically and psychologically.
The same conditions that make temping psychologically disempowering also make it politically disempowering.
New figures from a Confederation of British Industry survey, to be released in full in the autumn, revealed that 60% of firms quizzed are concerned the proposed EU temping law - with the six-week concession - would lead to reduced temping opportunities.
John Cridland, CBI deputy director-general, said, 'This short- sighted directive would do irreparable damage to the UK's successful temping market.
For example, she emphasizes the stigma attached to temping that stereotypes all temps as "flakes" who are not responsible or motivated enough to find "real" jobs.
Temping allowed them to continue practicing law on their own terms.
Temping is not, however, for someone who lives paycheck-to-paycheck, says Hoy, whose husband works full time.
One of the biggest benefits to temping is the freedom to change jobs if one doesn't work out.
Temping demonstrates to prospective employers that you have the initiative and skills required for permanent employment.