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    I usually consider my work as part time as I have a full time job commitment. Unless it pays well, I won't even consider quitting my current job.

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    I am a part time freelancer. As of now, i don't generate enough revenue which will match or exceed my full time job pay. But as soon as I generate the same and get a steady income, I will quit my job and become a full time freelancer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abinowbhat View Post
    ... as soon as I generate the same and get a steady income, I will quit my job and become a full time freelancer.
    I think that's a smart way to start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Originally Posted by abinowbhat
    ... as soon as I generate the same and get a steady income, I will quit my job and become a full time freelancer.

    I think that's a smart way to start.
    In the US you wouldn't want to quit your day job. You can get 99 weeks unemployment payments

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    Part timer here and always want to be a part timer.

    I know I can scale what I am doing now to 10-20 times if i do this full time, but I don't want to.

    I have other plans.

    But I'm sure one investment that I've made will give me huge profits one day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    In the US you wouldn't want to quit your day job. You can get 99 weeks unemployment payments
    Very true.

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