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Posted in wrong place...Sorry.

Discussion in 'Business Fundamentals' started by drafto, Jan 14, 2004.

  1. drafto

    drafto Member
    Messages: 63

    I am a draftsmen during the day and can't wait until it snows to get away from my desk and get out and work! I also do some landscaping on the side, install plows for some friends, do some welding on the side.......and one day I will actually get a job in the field I went to school for.......Machine Shop. Seasonal work is tough to make a living at full time, I think you have to be well rounded and be able to do all sorts of odd jobs to make it. I am running into the hump right now of Should I quit my day job? But I would need to pick-up about 30 more yards to cut? I can't get them overnight? But i can't commit to doing them now? Always a struggle.

    I put this on the wrong place, sorry!
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2004