Contract work usually falls in line with a few keywords: flexible, temporary, and/or unstable. However, do we really understand the meaning of these words and what they mean for us when we’re looking for a job?
While contract work is the core of our business, we know there’s a lot of misconceptions about it that may affect your decision to enter that side of the workforce.
Today we’re going to dive into understanding contract work from a flexibility standpoint and we will cover the next two terms in later blogs.
Flexibility Contract work comes in a variety of hours based on the client. If you take a look at our job board, we sometimes have jobs that range from full time 40 hours, part time 20-25 hours, to even one day a week and hours some times start from early to later in the day. Our work also lasts from a range of 3 months to a year, these components give our candidates flexibility.
Flexibility grants some pros:
Flexibility, however, comes with its cons:
Is flexibility something you’re considering currently in your career? Let us know.
If you’re feeling like flexibility is something you need, let’s see where we can help! Submit a resume today.