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#1 posted 811 days ago

I was going to suggest going out on your own, but wasn’t sure, since it is not for everyone.

About three years ago, I was “involuntarily self-employed” myself for about 11 months until I finally found a company hiring for my position. During that time, I was able to beat the bushes and drum up enough small jobs in my area that I successfully replaced 100% of my income.

Some of those clients still come to me for thier projects and it is a good suplimentary income.
Keep at it. Keep busy. You’ll do great things!

-- "Hard work is not defined by the difficulty of the task as much as a person's desire to perform it.", DS251


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