Great job, if your looking for 1099 work.
This was a good job, but it really only makes sense if you have the time, money and effort to put into. You have to pay to get contracted and pay for your state licenses. As a 1099 contractor you have no benefits and you must supply your own equipment. Also you have to pay for errors and omission insurance as well as software fees per month.
This - more... is a good job for someone who is retired and has a steady income or someone who is married and their spouse has steady income. Overall great management and dedicated coworkers. Very positive work environment. - less
ProsSet your own schedule, potential for decent money.
Cons1099, fees and expenses, realistically you work from sun up to sun down. Takes time to get established.