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Six Ways to Survive Your Temporary Job

1. Stop saying “I’ll be happy when…”

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When you are just getting started in your career, you might have to take a temporary job that pays the bills until you find the job that you really want. There’s nothing wrong with that. It keeps money in your pocket, and you can learn from every job experience…




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