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> How critical is the income right
> now? If your primary goal is to get
> yourself back into the field and put some recent experience
> on your CV, you
> might consider going after some of those absurdly underpaid
> contract listings that we often post grumbly messages
> about. I hate the
> fact that these exist, but since they're not going to go
> away perhaps they
> can be useful for *something*.
Income is always useful, particularly since we have two kids in college. It is not imperative, however, and if a $15 or $20 short-term contract came my way, I'd jump at it, just for the experience and to get back into the field.
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