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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • so take some unpaid leave on top of your paid leave.
    • It's a possibility. But given that I'm already taking a 50% cut in income to go permie, I'm not sure I can afford to do that :)

      • I work in the City (London) and I went Permie late last year after 7 years of contracting. While the money decrease is a pain, IR35 was such a nightmare that I'm happier out of it. Maybe I'm just lucky but I have 30 days annual leave :-) But I don't think that's unusual in the financial sector. Whereas contractors have had to take pay cuts of between 10-20% in a lot of the bigger banks. The way I feel at the moment is that I just got out in time.