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From: Tooman
Response: Many coordinators use independent contractors
rather than employees to work on the day of
the wedding. They do everything from
decorating to washing dishes, so be prepared
to work hard at what is not always glamorous.
If you are asked to work as an independent
contractor, you will be asked to sign a legal
agreement which may include a non-compete
clause. A non-compete clause will prevent you
from starting a similr business or working for
another coordinator for a period of months or
years and/or within a certain radius of the business.
You might also consider working for a caterer,
decorator, or other professional in the wedding
industry.

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