request for advice, technology career, disability Show more
my wife is a freelance developer who is highly skilled in unity, C#, python, django. due to disability, she has been struggling with the demands of her corporate contracts and would like to offer her skills on a remote-only basis to conserve spoons. we’re wondering what kind of pay cut we’d have to offer to get the necessary concessions.
is anyone in a similar situation who would care to dm me their day rate or any advice? (pls boost)
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We use 4k screens at work, and my eyes have never been so fatigued.
Looking up how to get those special lenses for my glasses to help protect against blue light.
Additional $170 . . . on top of the base price for the frames. My insurance only covers $200 every 24 months. But the reason why I need these lenses is work.
Imo, one of the most damning aspects of capitalism is that it encourages people to have consumptive hobbies over creative ones.
It actively seeks to bar people from doing things like cooking, or writing, or making pottery, or anything else of that nature. Activities in which you are making something
Things like that are made either too expensive (in terms of money, or time, or both) or framed as something not worth wasting time on, because you can't support yourself doing art/writing/etc
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