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Got reached out to for a 2 year contracting gig...hourly rate would be end up being significantly higher than salary but would lose job stability, benefits (assuming), etc Anyone done this before?

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Where at and doing what?

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Remember if you are self employed your cost of doing business is MUCH higher than as a W2 employee. You need to figure out what new gross would need to be, plus the risk of contact ending for any of a number of reasons outside your control

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Plus liability insurance, plus taxes (employee and employer, if LLC), health benefits, make sure your accounting and payroll reporting is compliant, and so on. Definitely better money in it, if you can keep consistent work. Now is a great time to do it if you have the experience and good network contacts to get your first few gigs. The ecosystem isn’t growing fast enough with really good implementation resources, which means demand is high.

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Remember the contract can be stopped anytime so never believe what’s advertised. We publish higher duration just to get candidates work on low rates & pull the plug anytime.

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