Leaving Your Job To Become Self Employed

Tonedo

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What do you think about quitting your job to become a freelacer website desiner. I want to leave my current job though it pays me well i earn about 700k monthly but am still not sure if freelacer jobs really pays well.
 

waad32

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Wow, if you are earning that much money, why would you quit your job? I mean you, come to think of it. You are stable with your job. But if you don't enjoy what you're doing (job), weigh the pros and cons of quitting your job. At the end of the day, it's all up to you to decide.
 

dhilyu

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If you are leaving a job that pays you 700k a month to become a freelancer web designer then I suggest you better make sure that it's going to earn you 700k a month or more. Honestly I think it's a no brainer, the next moves should always be an upgraded situation than the current.
 

kelz784

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To be honest I would begin freelancing, while you are still working at your current job until you build up a big enough client base to ensure that you can support yourself 100% with freelancing.

It would mean putting in more hours a day for a while, but in the long run, it could definitely be worth it.

Freelancing is hard work and not having a guaranteed income each week can add a lot of stress to your life and your budget, but if you really want something bad enough you can make it happen!
 

ion

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Wow, That's good, If someone will pay you that huge amount monthly, you should definitely quit your job. But you should ask your client or your self if that job can classify as stable job, or just seasonal or promotion.
 

m_cel

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What do you think about quitting your job to become a freelacer website desiner. I want to leave my current job though it pays me well i earn about 700k monthly but am still not sure if freelacer jobs really pays well.

You have to think it carefully because if you have a salary of 700k that's kind of huge amount. Why don't you try it both? You can be a part timer doing online freelancer web designer and at the same time you still have your current job. If you find being a freelancer would you enjoy most and you already vision yourself being successful in freelancer then you can quit your current job. Study first the disadvantages and advantages if you leave your job, so you won't regret the decision you've made.
 

szerjhex18

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Well its your choice of life. If you like to quit your job that gives you 700k a month and you don't care about how much money you will lose after quitting so be it. If you like to make money without bossing you around just be happy with it and don't make any regrets on what you have decided. But you need to make sure that when your decision is not ended well you can go back on your previous work. Make sure that you quit your job in a good term. So goodluck on your life and i wish you all the best.
 

Kakashi2020

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If you really want to do online work then go ahead and start being a full-time online worker. You won't know how much your going to earn unless you try it first. It all depends on what online site and job you'll be working on.
 

Inem

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Earning 700k monthly is huge already but I know we can always earn better since our needs are endless. I will prefer you do the two for few months and see which will serve you better. You can never know until you try it out.Try out the two and see how it goes, then quit for the better option.
 

Martinsx

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Well, depending on how much I'm earning from my job is going to be determining whether I'm going to quit my job to become self employed. Also, the question is why can't I combine the two? Working and having my own business to run? I would at least hand over its day to day activities in the hands of a trusted partner and just supervise the business from time to time.
 

Tehilah27

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I'm sure you have a good reason for considering quitting your job. Going out on your own as a freelancer is a terrifying prospect as everything now depends only on you and on your efforts. Why not start gradually? First setup your online workplace and begin advertising. Start getting and doing freelance projects on the side and when you have built a big enough client base who recognise the quality of your work and have become repeat customers, you can then quit your job and go freelance full time.
 

Martinsx

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I'm sure you have a good reason for considering quitting your job. Going out on your own as a freelancer is a terrifying prospect as everything now depends only on you and on your efforts. Why not start gradually? First setup your online workplace and begin advertising. Start getting and doing freelance projects on the side and when you have built a big enough client base who recognise the quality of your work and have become repeat customers, you can then quit your job and go freelance full time.

This is actually something very interesting to take into consideration before deciding on a quitting from your office job and go into freelance business. Online jobs are somehow unpredictable, if you are not certain of its progress in generating money and profits for you, it wouldn't be a nice idea to quit your job just yet.
 

Klint

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How about you stay on your job and also do freelance work? You know, for extra income. I mean 700k is already a great amount, and if you also work as a freelancer then you will have more money. In this way, you won't regret leaving your job if being a freelance doesn't work out fine for you.
 

agbuyarashel

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Wow! It's good to know that you have the guts to quit your job and focus on freelancing. If you really feel like you can do good just by freelancing and you feel like you can make it then go but make sure you have plan B if it doesn't work. I suggest that you make an investment or other way of earning just to be sure.

I can see that you really are dedicated on your freelancing because you are not afraid to take risk and have a strong belief. Good luck!
 

jasminemax

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Leaving job to become self employed is one thing that most people considering nowadays. Due to the hectic 9-5 job day to day life is becoming very stressfull, which is one of the main reasons people consider quitting their jobs. Being self employed on the other side is quite unpredictable but is energizing and less stressful and at the same time one can reach maximum heights in their life being self employed rather than a normal job.
 

Corinthianus

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Why do you want to quit? Ask yourself that first. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? In 10 years? What did you graduate in and what kind of job makes you money? Are you quitting because you want more free time or is it a question of money? In this economy, quitting right away without a definite plan would be difficult. I suggest you answer all these questions first if you're not sure yet save up about 6 months worth of pay then think about quitting then. I wish you well in your endeavors. Why
 

Mosaku

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If I'm opportuned to do my freelancer I will and also keep d job paying me but If not I rather stick to my job
 

Zeus20

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This cant be applied to all people, because having a job for others it a big blessing because through it they can earn money continuously, while on self employment you don't know if you will earn enough for your family. But my tip is, why don't you just continue your job then save money then start a business. I know it is possible to continue the job while doing a business, then leave your job if you think your business is already stable.
 

Martinsx

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Quitting one's job is somehow challenging if you are not getting enough money from freelance work. It's why most people don't fancy only working as freelancer, they add it up as a supplement means of getting more money added to the one they earn from their full time job.
 
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