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Subject:Re: Take the money and run? From:The Tech Writer <techwrtr -at- CRL -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Jun 1997 15:22:41 -0700
> One warning: Are you really sure you can get hooked up with
> a firm that will get you lots of Year 2000 work? Will they
> also pay your health, disability, etc. benefits? If you're
> unsure about either answer, it might be better to stick
> with your day job and do the Cobol consulting freelance
> given that you have a new baby on the way.
If the money is good enough, though, he should be able to afford to opt
for COBRA coverage, which will cover him and his family for 18 months, or
more. This includes the yet-to-be-born baby.