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Overworked as Part-Time Contractor; Considering Exiting Before Starting Full-Time

As a contractor, you should be charging an hourly rate. And send them a bill with your hours worked, multiplied by the hourly rate. That's the professional way. And quitting if they don't py up is ...
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Overworked as Part-Time Contractor; Considering Exiting Before Starting Full-Time

It appears that you produce quality work, at a low price. Because the people that control the budget only see you costing 20 hours a week, instead of 40 hours a week, you are a rock star in their mind....
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Overworked as Part-Time Contractor; Considering Exiting Before Starting Full-Time

If you are sure you are going to back out of a full-time offer you committed to, do so IMMEDIATELY so management can start/resume searching for someone to take that slot. You should expect people to ...
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