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I just dont believe them that I need to explain every expense – a $2 metro card? But you might look for ways to streamline expenses — for instance, rather than having to record a $2 metro card every time you go to a meeting, see if you can buy a $50 metro card for the month and categorize it as “traveling to meetings.” My temp-to-hire job hasn’t given me any details about salary or benefits. It’s five answers to five questions.

Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

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I took off from my temp job early that day (which means I lost pay) only to find that those three specific companies’ reps had “gone home.&# But anything sponsored by a large metro area’s newspaper and/or hosted at a hotel is basically a cattle call. I know other temp agencies and placement companies are as well, so it might be worth shifting focus and seeing what you can make happen with the staffing companies that attend.

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Reply Wilton Businessman January 6, 2011 at 9:11 am I think bringing up compensation before you’re even offered the job would be a big mistake. Reply Mike January 6, 2011 at 11:02 am Has the OP considered looking the employer up on a site such as Glassdoor.com to see if someone with a similar title as posted their wages? To complicate it further, I live just outside a major metro area. how can I get my temp job to hire me on permanently?

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