Hiring is Obsolete

OK, so for me it's mostly preaching to the choir. I currently don't like hiring people, although I try to be as kind to them as possible because they hold the key to a job. It's not that I hate them personally, I just hate the rules that say that I'm not worth hiring. I just hate the fact that I have to kiss up to them and say exactly what they want to hear, even if it's not true. I'd rather say it like it is, thus we both know what we're getting into.

This columnist says that Hiring is Obsolete. While I don't know if that's true, I'm not sure about what I want to do about it. People have been saying that I should start my own website company, but I don't feel ready for it. Sure, I've done a number of projects myself, but that's really different from running your own company. If the full-time job does not come, I may consider it, but I'm still having a hell of a time trying to work from home, so I'd need to do something about that too.

EDIT: Half the reason I put this up there was because I didn't finish reading it and wanted to read it later. I still haven't finished reading it, but it does look like a good read, so that's the other half of why I pointed it out.


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