Dr. Bill Duhey of San Diego retired from the steel industry at 57, worked as a consultant till last year, when at 76, he became a commercial freelancer. “I have three clients who give me all the work I can handle,” he says, “but I’m looking for more work.”
Downsizing & Outsourcing
Scott Koegler of North Carolina spent 15 years in technical management, burned out, and at 56, now writes for both computer mags and more lucrative commercial clients: “One job keeps me busy more than 3 days a week and makes my life a dream.”
Is There That Much Work?
What About a Portfolio?
Sally Rushmore, 55, of Indianapolis, turned to flexible commercial freelancing to be with her “working-out-of-town-all-week” husband. She explains, “I get to travel, have two cities from which to draw clients, and earn money to keep the kids in college.”
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