How to Turn Your Seasonal Job Into a Permanent Position

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The Outlook Looks Good

In a recent CareerBuilder.com survey of employers, 39 percent said they planned to transition some of their seasonal employees into full-time, permanent staff, up from 30 percent in 2011. Sixty-two percent of employers said they planned to pay seasonal workers $10 or more an hour in 2012, up from 53 percent last year. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)