according to you what's better doing a job or selfemployment?

@HDHORDA4 (681)
June 26, 2011 11:20pm CST
i know many people will say that selfemployment is better but still it requires a great amount of skill,knowledge and hard work so most of the people goes with doing a cool job but according to me self employment is more better what do you think?
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@wow2dong2 (204)
• Malaysia
28 Jun 11
If i have that financial capability, i definitely will choose selfemployment. I think selfemployment is more flexible. Besides that, it depends on your hard work, if you sacrificed more, then more high chances you will get more. Isn't it?
@HDHORDA4 (681)
• India
28 Jun 11
self employment is anytime better then a job that's what i think and we should try to be more focusing on making us selfemployed
@naija4real (1293)
27 Jun 11
Self employment is the most secured kind of employment if you are doing well in it. For you to do well in self employement, you must have determination, foresight, skill, good business idea, loyal staff, and also the product you are selling must also be needed by the people around your business location. I like selfemployment because you are fully in control of your time and no one will be commanding you here and there
@HDHORDA4 (681)
• India
27 Jun 11
yes sir i also like self employment as we can be more creative in our ideas and we have the freedom to do the things we want to do.i m also a selfemployed person and i m enjoying it have a nice day
@cripfemme (7719)
• United States
9 Jan 12
I think both have good points and both have bad points. In a job, you can sometimes get paid vacation or sick time. But if you don't work and your self employed you don't earn any money that day. But, if your someone like me, who people have a hard time hiring because of misconceptions about their impairment, self-employment can work wonderfully.
@greenline (14865)
• Canada
9 Jul 11
I am working for a company now. But, I have been thinking of changing to self-employment for quite some time now. The line of business I have been thinking of needs some investment, and I am not prepared at this time to make the investment. That's what has been delaying the change. I am looking forward to it, any way.