steady ticket
 n.— «The temps weren’t happy with these developments. The day before, it looked like they would all be on a steady ticket for a while—perhaps a couple months worth of work—and now the day after they didn’t know if they would work the rest of that week.» —“Birmingham” by M. Blake 3711 Atlantic Summer, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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