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    I'd try to reduce my hours enough that CCR lasted the year and keep working. Personally , I didn't enjoy being at full time.

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    Not even if I loved my job. No way.

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    Nope I wouldn't be working 4 days a week for $160.


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    Yes I would rather do that than stay at home full time and get paid nothing
    Plus it would increase my super.

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    It's not enough information to make a decision. There are a lot of factors that I would consider to make my decision. If I needed the money, no question.

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    Nope not at all. It's a logistical headache for me working even just 2 days a week with 3 kids going to 3 different places and one at home. I wouldn't do it for a small amount of money unless I was incredibly passionate about my job (which I most definitely am not).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    Yes I would rather do that than stay at home full time and get paid nothing
    Plus it would increase my super.
    I find your posts on this topic very contradictory.

    I responded to you in your thread but you ignored.

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    Depends on your reason for working....

    Would that extra money (although small) make a difference in your personal circumstances. Or if work is something you enjoy and you want that time for yourself. In those cases then I would.
    If the money or job wouldnt make a difference then I would stay at home.

    I agree that potentially cutting down to 2-3 days may increase your pay over the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I find your posts on this topic very contradictory.

    I responded to you in your thread but you ignored.
    I didn't ignore it I missed it. My ideas on this topic are very clear cut.
    I understand that no situation is black and white though. But the OP is asking what we would do. And no way in hell would I ever stay home full time.
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