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Neither. Because Start-ups screw you over.
And at your current place you stagnate.
@reactiveBasil si! But you got other options too?
A) You live in Italy where around 40% of young well educated people don't find a job.
So finding a job in Italy is hard right?
Could you consider going abroad for a year for gathering expierience? Berlin, Frankfurt Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Paris, Dubai?
B) How does your current employer handle education? You could start going to higher education while beeing employed there? (Istruzione e Formazione Tecnica Superiore) Nothing stops you from searching other jobs while studing.
C) Stay employed while building your own freelance business?
A) Yes this is true. But luckily there are many jobs regarding my field and I'm not worried about it. Actually I'm already at my 4th job experience (always in Italy) and I don't know if it could make sense to go abroad for just 1 year. I'm not much into a nomadic lifestyle, so to speak. Also, I love my country in many aspects.
B) There is not education in my company. All the time spent learning something is about that fucking boring and over-complicated product. -.-
Never heard about IFTS before, I will search informations about it.
C) That's a very cool idea which I've always thought about but I don't know where to start. I've a website/portfolio and a rich Linkedin profile but no one has ever contacted me from there for freelance works.
@reactiveBasil There is a Network called ImpactHub all around the World. It's a Incubator and Coworking Space where Start-ups and Freelancer come together. Depending where you live you could have one near you. There you could meet other freelancer and ask or hire one for helping you setting up your business.