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part-time?

bacillus1

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Probably not, if you don't get the benefits of a full-time employee.

If you got health insurance, paid vacations and things like that even as part-time, then I'd consider it and then do 10 hours a week for a retail chain, if a retail chain needed me just for 10 hours.
 

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Probably not, if you don't get the benefits of a full-time employee.

If you got health insurance, paid vacations and things like that even as part-time, then I'd consider it and then do 10 hours a week for a retail chain, if a retail chain needed me just for 10 hours.

thanks for your input
 

confettiflyer

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Yeah, depending on the company, 32 hours just might qualify you for FT benefits (health, vision, dental, 401k). I've seen thresholds at 24, 26, 32, and 35 hours....it all just depends.

I agree with bacillus, I'd take 32 hours w/ FT benefits; however, I'd also take 32 hours per-diem (w/out FT benefits) so long as I was getting paid a higher hourly rate to compensate AND if I have a wife w/ benefits I can add onto.

At this point I'd add myself into a float pool with a retail pharmacy, or otherwise I'd enjoy my extra long weekend and go fishing or something :thumbup:
 
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