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


    Very true.
    All jokes aside, the US based freelancer needs to have more or less a year worth of week lined up. Even in the US, there's considerable differences in cost of living. But it's really hard to give up the security of 99 weeks of guaranteed income.

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    It's up to you if you have time you can spend your more time. As Freelancer you ae not bound to work for any time perioed it's totally on you

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    i'd probably make this my fulltime once i earn and can support my bills,

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    All jokes aside, the US based freelancer needs to have more or less a year worth of week lined up. Even in the US, there's considerable differences in cost of living. But it's really hard to give up the security of 99 weeks of guaranteed income.
    Maybe I should go get a job somewhere that I know will give me a layoff in a few months. Seasonal jobs, score. Joking aside joking aside....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavenecko View Post
    Maybe I should go get a job somewhere that I know will give me a layoff in a few months. Seasonal jobs, score. Joking aside joking aside....
    A security gaurd job on the gaveyard shift wouldn't be bad for a freelancer. You could write all night and still get a paycheck as a guard.

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    I do freelance part-time as I got my office.

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    I am a freelancer for almost a year now, and I'm doing it full-time. My clients are satisfied of my works until now I deliver them complete reports of my output on content creation. Although it's tough and unstable, but at least I thank myself for this job and this is good for the jobless.
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    I'm working full-time as a freelancer with
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    For now, I'm doing 9-6 job full time and freelance after office hour and during the weekends. But I prefer to freelance full time like I did in 2009. Its so much more flexible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1901gt View Post
    For now, I'm doing 9-6 job full time and freelance after office hour and during the weekends. But I prefer to freelance full time like I did in 2009. Its so much more flexible!
    Same with me 9 to 6 job and then I freelance after office hours. I too feel freelancing is more flexible having done that in the two months full time when I was searching for a job

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