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I'd consider working, especially if the job were something I was interested in and didn't tie me down to much. Actually, when I reach escape velocity, I will very likely have a side gig of some kind just to keep my hand in and keep my options open in the workplace if the commode really hits the windmill, so to speak. A college-level teaching job doesn't sound too bad, particularly if you can teach without having to get too wrapped up in department politics or feel pressure to research and publish. I'd also keep an open mind toward other opportunities. Personally, I always keep an eye out for possibilities. Things that appeal to me are also seasonal work/businesses where you can work for a few months and then not worry about it for a while.
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