It can be hard enough making it through a co-op board interview with a six-figure income, 2 model children, and a small non-shedding dog. But how about if you've got a history of living on the dole or you're still waiting for that check for the "Travel in Guam" piece you wrote for Conde Nast last summer? A Curbed reader asks:
Those of you who are freelance workers and/or have received unemployment checks, and have bought a co-op, how do you deal with employment questions for your co-op board package and interview? Any salient tips? How about when one half of the couple is permanently employed and the other is freelance?Belly laughs and other revelations in the comments below?or drop us a line at email@example.com.