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Want that high-profile new job as a Fortune 200 company Heres your cup theres the bathroom Give us a urine sample then well talk stock options Or do you want to stay employed in that construction job Better watch what you ingest over the weekend because you maybe randomly selected to give a sample before firing up the bulldozer tomorrow morning Is drug testing really worth all of the hassle First I will tell the different kinds of drug tests and what kind of drugs they test for then I will tell you on average how long the drugs that are tested for stay in the body next I will tell you how much it cost an average company to give a drug test and finally I will tell you why drug testing random or not isnt worth all of the trouble According to General Drug Testing at wwwa1b2c3comdrugstest there are four most common drug testing procedures The most common is urine testing then hair testing then perspiration testing and finally residue testing No matter what kind of drug testing is preformed the person has to have at least an hours notice of when they are going to be given the test The hospital will call the person and tell them that they have to report to the hospital with in the hour The basic drug test used by almost all of the testing programs checks for 5 groups of substances These substances are cannabis which is marijuana and hashish cocaine which is cocaine and crack amphetamines which are amphetamines methamphetamine and speed opiates which is heroin opium codeine and morphine and then there is phencyclidine or PCP According to General Drug Testing cannabis substances can stay in your body for one week to 30 days and sometimes longer Cocaine substances can stay in your body for 2 to four days Amphetamines stay in your body for 1 to 4 days Opiate substances can stay
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