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More information and hopefully INSPIRATION courtesy of Kim Komando ( www.komando.com )

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Try out a new job

www.net-temps.com/

Searching for a new job can be a trying experience. You worry about paying your bills. And you worry about health insurance.

But that doesn't mean you should take the first job you're offered. You want to make sure that the position is a good fit.

That's one of the benefits of temporary jobs. You get to try a job out before committing to it.

Temping can also hold you over until you find a more ideal job. It is also an excellent way to gain more experience in a particular industry.

At today's Cool Site, you'll find plenty of temporary and temp-to-hire positions. There are even some full-time opportunities and consulting gigs.

Net-Temps makes it easy to find jobs in a variety of different categories. There's even one for those seeking $100K+ opportunities!

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