Published: Jan 08, 2021
There was a job offer, but she wasn't certain it was for her. It meant going into an office, the office, again. The people, in person, were not her biggest problem. It was the time involved in commuting. By the time travel and lunch were added the job was 15 hours more per week than staying at home. 55 hours instead of 40 was a considerable change. She would need to be paid an extra 37% to make the same amount per hour. This weighed on her, but the finding of clients and keeping them happy was wearing her down.