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If you had the possibility to chose, what would you do? 

481 deviants said Working as a freelancer (more risk, no safe income but also more possibilities) :sherlock:
248 deviants said Working as a employee (not that good payed but safe income, few to no possibilities) :noes:
195 deviants said Ignoring the money-aspect, pray and concentrate on studies :slow:

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n3oka Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2009  Student Digital Artist
geh zu einer agentur =) die kümmern sich um den ganzen rechtlichen shit usw. und du kannst dich voll auf den job / dein artwork konzentrieren :)
aaawhyme Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
better to get paid, then not paid at all.
EldarZakirov Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
So at last I note the second option. I worked as a freelancer for a time and can say that I'd better work as an employee and in evenings spend time for freelance customs.
EldarZakirov Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Honestly I don't know what to choose. The point is that I prefer to unify all of these options. It means I wanna have stable fee per every month at work and conversations with collegues, but the time for freelancing is necessary too. And in the long run I would like to be rather independent on financial situations for cancentrating on skilling up and creativity and to be sure in tomorrow.
universeexplorer Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
am freelancer
Overtkill-UD Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
I Abstain. In my line of work, I am paid very well whether it be freelance or employed. I am/was a bit of both.
metalmeister5582 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Freelance for sure.
mastertanner Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2009
im an employee but im a firefighter soooo
pay is pretty good and there are many possibilities ^^
Askand Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I cant decide on none of them. So far if Im studying and have a part time job to cover my extras I will be focus on getting good grades and learn as much as possible. Freelance its a nice perspective but you need to have already a reputation to have a decent income as that. Sometimes the risks as higher than the reward which is not good.
Having a stable income is good. It helps you know that you will have a secure pay for those expenses and the stress life is reduce. But then the part that will love to have some freedom is restrain. Which is sad cause sometimes great pieces will erupt from that.
Seeking the balance is the best option I can suggest. Trace a plan and maybe you can glide thru all these options without suffering a lot.
Hope this make sense to you. ^^
telvas Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2009
Freelancing is realy nice perspective, I think I can say I'm freelancer now ;]
But to be honest the most interesting perspective (and also completely beyond reach... ;p) is to ignore the money aspect of life and concentrate on studies, science, inventions, accumulating moar and MOAR knowledge :D
I'm on the last year of my studies and I realise that here on Gdansk University of Technology are at least 10 different faculties (from different departments) I would like to complete if I only could afford this with time, money and duties... ;] And after completing those mentioned 10 faculties I would move to non-technical university and start harvesting MOOOARRRR knowledge there :D
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