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    Okay thanks. What I was thinking was wait until I see what sort of salary they will offer me. If i'm making more contracting then just stay as a contractor but ideally it would be a contract extension rather than a permanent position, get 2 years out of it then look for something else.

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    If the salary is good don't think to change the job. As someone said changing work every couple months won't look good in the resume. Imagine you having company and want to hire someone then there is guy who wants to work for you but he is chaning work every 6 months. In my opinion it isn't best idea. There are companies who which want to hire employees on long-term period.

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