steady ticket
 n.— «As many day laborers see it, their best hope is to happen to get a steady “ticket” to one company for several weeks and make such a good impression there that they are offered a job.» —“Dirty Work” by George Getschow Wall Street Journal June 22, 1983. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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