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Are you tired of your job? Maybe the pay isn’t enough, it’s a long commute or your boss just isn’t a nice guy.
Why not quit then? After all, some people are quitting one job in favor of taking a lot of part-time positions, Yahoo! reported. It’s called microjobbing.
For workers with self-discipline and the right skills, however, microjobs can offer liberation from the rigid schedules and stultifying culture of cubicle life.
Workers who have left a full-time position in favor of several part-time roles said their new occupations allows them to plan their day around their schedule and plans. However, most part-time work rarely comes with benefits.
Would you ever pursue a microjob style of life?
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