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The Ashlar Group - Long Island City, NY
Client - Major Financial Firm Role - Direct Mail Specialist (Print Management / Proofing) Rate - 37.04/HR on W2 (OT past 40 hours = $$55.56/HR) Duration - 12 Month Assignment (possible extension)...
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