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On average, employees at Farmington Daily Times stay with the company for 2.9 years. Employees most commonly join Farmington Daily Times after leaving Walmart. When they leave Farmington Daily Times, they most frequently get their next job at The Home Depot.
|Average Length of Employment|
Knoxville News Sentinel4.8 years
Southwest Times Record4.2 years
The Ames Tribune3.2 years
Farmington Daily Times2.9 years
|Top Employers Before Farmington Daily Times|
Perdue Farms8.2 %
Food City6.6 %
H&R Block6.6 %
|Top Employers After Farmington Daily Times|
The Home Depot14.7 %
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