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Forum topic by DaveD9664 posted 07-22-2021 09:48 PM 772 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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DaveD9664

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07-22-2021 09:48 PM

Hello!

My woodworking biz has grown, and actually Ive sold it. The past woodworker we hired has quit on us and the new owners need a new one! Or two!

I found my first hire on here. So here I go again.

The pieces are small and you can make them in your shop. Just mail them in bulk to us. Thats all you have to do!

You need:

Bandsaw
Belt sander
Drill press
Attention for detail.
Ability to work at least 8 – 15 hours a week. You are paid per piece you make. You can make around 10+ an hour once you get the hang of it and make around 20 – 30 dollar an hour. All on your own time.

Please email me at DaveD9664 @ Hotmail if you want to see the intructional video. If you think you can do it then ill ask for a few samples!

Thats it!

Thanks guys!


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therealSteveN

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#1 posted 07-22-2021 11:41 PM

Probably just me, but I’m thinking I would look at the instruction vid, and see if it was something of interest. The $$$$ isn’t overwhelming, and many here if they put some time into anything would likely make more.

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RJweb

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#2 posted 07-22-2021 11:51 PM

i would be curious why the other guy quit, RJ

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Dark_Lightning

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#3 posted 07-23-2021 12:46 PM



i would be curious why the other guy quit, RJ

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Maybe he has people making things for him at $10 an hour. 8^D

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controlfreak

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#4 posted 07-23-2021 12:56 PM

If they are not paying by the hour why give a hourly dollar amount? Throw material cost and a 1099 or retail tax into the mix and it doesn’t look very interesting.

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JackDuren

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#5 posted 07-23-2021 03:35 PM

I can only make $1200 a month now. Shops sitting idle and full of woodworking equipment.

It would be of interest to me.. All I’m doing is fishing 3 days a week…

People quit cabinet, commercial and furniture making jobs all the time. It could be the management, employees, hourly pay, benefits,work involved,better opportunities, etc. There are too many reasons people quit and seek other employment…
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SMP

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#6 posted 07-23-2021 07:04 PM



I can only make $1200 a month now. Shops sitting idle and full of woodworking equipment.

It would be of interest to me.. All I m doing is fishing 3 days a week…

People quit cabinet, commercial and furniture making jobs all the time. It could be the management, employees, hourly pay, benefits,work involved,better opportunities, etc. There are too many reasons people quit and seek other employment…
.

- JackDuren

and some people make more on unemployment nowadays

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