Most newly graduates start off as temporary employees. If you showcase your skills, work hard and network, you will most likely get a permanent position. Great managers, love what I do. One complaint is the HR department. HR treats entry level employees as second class citizens. Although full-time, HR will breathe down your neck and treat you like an hourly employee. Best part of the job is working with innovative, driven individuals committed to the projects. I am speaking to R&D. Least enjoyable part of the job is only 10 day vacations for entry level workers and low pay. Got to start somewhere, I guess. CHD is a great place to START your career- as for as longevity.. even my manager tells me: "If you are really good at what you do, you probably won't last here." Turnover rate = HIGH.
low pay, lacks upward mobility- more likely to move laterally