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"While unemployed folks wait for the jobs of tomorrow, they're taking the temp work of today," Kiplinger reports. "Employment for contingent workers has increased 23% since July, according to the American Staffing Association. Close to 166,000 temp jobs have been added to the payrolls since last summer, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics."

"Companies now spend $425 billion annually on contingent labor, which accounts for about 11% of the workforce, or 14 million people," the article said.
SOURCE:   Kiplinger