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If you are an independent contract, you should have a written contract in place with the jobber, who is your customer. The level of pay should be spelled out in the written contract, along with how modifications to the contract are to be made.
If you are not working under a written contract, you need to be.
Without a written contract, you have little say if they want to pay you less, other than to just say "no."
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