Re: W2 vs. 1099...
Contract-to-permanent arrangements are common (not just in tech writing), and almost all of them involve doing the same work in both roles. That's the point: to "try you out" before making the huge commitment of bringing you on staff.
Similarly, some places have a probationary period...
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