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Will shirking benefits still provide returns?

Are you curious enough to get involved in a start-up? Fiona Alston reports on the positives of taking the plunge into start-up land and discusses how permanent positions are no longer the be all and end all

5th May, 2019

A permanent position used to be the be all and end all in years gone by. If you were offered a contract, not bad — but the hope was to get in and stay in. Well luckily that is not the case nowadays, contracting has become a bit of a thing, and that thing can actually be fairly lucrative if you can get yourself on a daily rate contract.

“I suppose the way contracting comes...

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