I have talked to multiple firms/friend in my area that have either gone out of buisness or are about to go out of buisness due to this economy. My buisness has taken a HARD hit as well. its down to just me now. This all begs the question: Once its down to just you how long do you hang on before you start looking for work as an employee? That is assuming there are actually jobs out there.
I would be curious to hear some thoughts on this especially from those of you who have been through a downturn like this before.
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