There are some cases where employees were hired and promoted without a college degree.
Answered - Associate Specialist (Current Employee) - Durham, NC
No. Not for everyone. It does not matter if you work hard. Permanents will still try to discredit your hard work. My advice bite the bullet , get training add Merck on your resume and move on. Should not take 4000 hours to determine whether or not a company want to hire you permanently
No. Not in a professional job. Possibly working on filling line.
Answered - Associate Director (Current Employee) - Durham, NC
NO , It was my contract in 6 month.
Answered - Software Test Analyst (Former Employee) - Whitehouse Station, NJ
Yes, depending on the positon.
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Rahway, NJ
Yes it is. I do think u need a high school diplomat.
Answered - Senior Technician (Former Employee) - Miami Lakes, FL
Yes, although it is getting more difficult everyday.
Answered - Lead Fill Technician (Current Employee) - Elkhorn, NE