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Is it possible for someone to become a headhunter and gain enough

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Is it possible for someone to become a headhunter and gain enough money to live a decent life ?
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it's possible, but if someone posts on /adv/ i'm guessing it won't happen
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>>16575832
Maybe it will, maybe it won't but I'm at least curious about it. Though I don't know where to search, could you help me then ?
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>>16575819
Headhunter as in a freelance hitman?

Are you retarded? They don't even exist, the freelance one I mean.
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>op just watched hitman or a movie about hitmen
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>>16575862
More like headhunters as private investigator specialized in wanted criminals.
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the only thing that comes close to a real life equivalent is a bail bondsman, so I'd look into that.

There are hitmen who work for organized crime to be sure, but that's not a job you can just decide to do you'd have to already be part of the organization.
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Depends on where you live. You could probably live well in New Guinea.
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>>16575905
Aren't there bounty hunters in the US? I thought that was a business over there.

I doubt it would be accepted by most European governments though.
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>>16575917
That's it ! I thought bounty hunters and headhunters were the same thing (english isn't my first language).
Why wouldn't it be accepted ?
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>>16575925
No particular reason I guess. It's just that European authorities tend to be fairly strict when it comes to vigilante business. Obviously bounty hunting isn't vigilante, but it's fairly similar.

I could be completely wrong.
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