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awright everybody, can anyone give me advice on what i should do, i work at a petrochemical plant where i served my time a s a maint spark, i have recently been moved into the process operations ( shift work ) good money and stable job but just no gettin any job satisfaction as im no doin any electrical work thinkin about leaving and going self employed through agencies, what do u guys think?
 

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Self employed is ok
The money can come in fits and starts
I would try and get private work if you can and use agencies for quiet times
I dont see much point in being self employed and just doing agency work
Creating your own work can be much more satisfying than being in a job but also it brings its own worries
I say give it a go If it doesn't work out there is always the past to fall back on
 
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Personally if your job is safe and the money is good then stick it out for a while until the country sorts itself out a bit as if this is just the tip of the iceberg regarding a possible recession as they keep predicting then when it does hit hard theres gonna be an awful lot of commercail and industrial sparks out there looking for work and money for there bills..... so the domestic market could become flooded. Just my opinion but all the best whichever route you take;)
 
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