There is a good possibility you will get to keep your job if the store or business has jobs that open up at that time.
Many times good workers are difficult to find. If you are a good worker, get along well with others, etc., then I would think they would want to keep you.
I was hired in a temporary position in my first job. I was a "sacker" at a grand opening of a new store.
"Sackers" are not a position that a store normally has, but they helped speed up the checkout of customers when there was a large crowd during the grand opening.
After the grand opening was over, they had no more need for my position and I was laid off; however, they gave me a recommendation at another store in the chain and I was hired there and stayed for more than a year and a half. So, while I did not keep the original job at the original store, it did provide an opportunity for me to continue to work at a near-by store.