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If you're really into repairing Apple products, it may be a good time to put in your application with Apple to become part of the crowd. Great careers with Apple and you'll have access to all that proprietary service information.
Well I actually own a computer repair store already, not sure I want to go back to the corporate world
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I can understand that. Before I retired from the computer repair business, I had an electronic repair business along with my partner while at the same time was working for the government. Thought I could get rich by doing double duty. Didn't work out that way.
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I know the feeling chscag. I started the business on the side while working full time IT. I finally decided to take the plunge and it's definitely paid off. I end up working more hours but the freedom is priceless
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