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- n. An employee who was originally hired on a freelance basis (on a fixed-term contract) but has become permanent (but not necessarily with the same benefits as a full-time employee)
The Perhaps Not: A question for a servicey type: if, hypothetically, I was a "permalancer" - someone who had been employed by a ...
Working in TV as a 'permalancer' for three years meant days off came out of my paycheck.
Amy is from Oakland via Texas and a "permalancer" for Old Navy.
Census workers like Sparkman -- a quintessential permalancer -- report having to scrape together extra bucks working multiple jobs to supplement meager to nonexistent retirement income.
The staff-permalancer split may explain conflicting reports over what happened at Wired. com.
Profession: Fashion designer; permalancer at Men's Active Old Navy
He fires all of his magazine designers how come they don’t report it when creatives get the axe? and is now down to one Art Director and one permalancer…
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