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Old 08-28-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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I've just recently been cleared by workers comp from an injury from painting a bridge,I was forgotten about by the local union I kinda took it personal due to all the years I've stayed loyal,,now I've decided to work on my own and I'm looking for sub work and also interested in the forclouser market,is there any advice out there for a first time sub contractor
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I've just recently been cleared by workers comp from an injury from painting a bridge,I was forgotten about by the local union I kinda took it personal due to all the years I've stayed loyal,,now I've decided to work on my own and I'm looking for sub work and also interested in the forclouser market,is there any advice out there for a first time sub contractor
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Myself I have no advice to give but good on you for having a go out on your own : )
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I've just recently been cleared by workers comp from an injury from painting a bridge,I was forgotten about by the local union I kinda took it personal due to all the years I've stayed loyal,,now I've decided to work on my own and I'm looking for sub work and also interested in the forclouser market,is there any advice out there for a first time sub contractor
Welcome... yup there's plenty of advice here. Scan the titles of the threads, they talk about everything from how to find work to what to take for lunch.

If you look and can't find your answer just start a new thread and duck.
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