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Same, just realized this. Recently got back in the job market. Had no choice.35-38 bucks an hour.
A job is a mean to an end for me.
I, for one, know how crappy it is to work on a business without a consistent source of income outside of the business.
I am assuming you are a per diem nurse then.I, for one, am thankful my two jobs are on a as needed basis in a highly demand medical area, so I usually do not lack work to get paid.
I, for one, am glad that being an entrepreneur is wholly dependent on making a positive impact on the world and all I need to do is put a price tag on it so I can get paid making a difference.
I'd have a hard time walking away from that "back in the day." 20 years ago I was busting my a$$ trying to get to $13.00 an hour. Never happened. That was just toooo much money. Keep the little people down! I tried to get on with IBM for $20 full time (was not full time, so I had no benefits, of course - but a lot of hope!), but they knew how to play people. They knew I had a family and would take whatever they gave me. And that's how that went - exactly. Screw em. I couldn't afford a decent car even - used to buy cheap ones and fix them up. You don't have to say it...I was making about 35 per hour at age 26 in the medical industry last year, I quit and never looked back.
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