Is Temporary Labor the New Permanent?

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Temporary employment is on the rise, and may become a much larger feature of the recovering economy. We look at the potential consequences, which may be very different for blue-collar workers than they are for professionals or in the executive suites. Also, Kofi Annan steps down as UN Envoy to Syria, and the current Congress is called the least productive in memory because of partisan gridlock.  What's in store for next year?

Banner image: Labor Ready office in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Photo by oddsandwich/flickr