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How many hours per week do you work? (23 Votes)
?40 hours  56.52% - 13 votes
30 to 39 hours  13.04% - 3 votes
20 to 29 hours  0% - 0 votes
10 to 19 hours  4.35% - 1 vote
1 to 9 hours  0% - 0 votes
0 hours  4.35% - 1 vote
hard to quantify  21.74% - 5 votes
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How many hours per week do you work?
If your hours vary quite a lot week-by-week, choose "hard to quantify."
(For some reason the first option says "?40" when it should read "≥40".)
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Of course, there's WORK and then there's PAID WORK.

Even "PAID WORK" can be a bit ambiguous. Working on your side business doesn't generate $25, $15 or even $5 an hour necessarily -- but it moves you towards making money eventually. Is adding pages to your for-profit blog considered paid work?

Or in my case -- you have a website that makes a bit of money. But spending time working on it, adding features, content, etc. doesn't exactly make you any MORE money. So does maintenance of a home business count as "paid work"?

And of course maintaining your home, taking care of children, going shopping, doing errands, maintaining your grounds (lawn mowing, weedwhacking, cleaning gutters, trimming trees, dealing with flooding, etc.) can't be considered recreation or fun, but is it "paid work"?

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I am a early baby boomer born in 1946. Now, retired and living off social
security.
There are some jobs in the area I am now living in. I leave them to the
younger people whom are willing to work, and have families to support.





Posted Dec 29, 2016, 3:49 pm
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