Originally Posted by TML
If your that young and don't need the income immediately try working part time for a local reputable LCO or assist someone that you may know in the industry. That way you can see what equipment works good for what and get an idea on how long jobs and mowing will take. You will also get exposed to some pricing in the area although many LCOs don't share that with employees.
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I work full time 40+ a week right now and fill in for the LCO per diam doing side jobs, I did 8 months working for LCO doing all sorts of stuff. I am ready to do it myself and give it a go for a little extra income. I cannot afford to leave my current position to start a job for a LCO unless the expect to offer more then me & benefits with retirement lol