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Does George think the new job will last a while?
My Answer- Yes.
What clues does he give?
He says that they are not like the other guys.

No, because he knows what Lennie could do, like in Weed. He knows Lennie's a lot of trouble and that he'd be better off w/ out him (he even says this out loud)
also, he talks about the dream and having to leave work to acheive it.
also, he tells Lennie to hide in the bush if he gets in trouble, and it's almost like George expects or forsees trouble having to do w/ the new job.

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