1101 Businesses You Can Start From Home / Edition 2by Daryl Allen Hall
Pub. Date: 12/19/1994
This updated revision of the bestselling book contains clear, concise, expert information on start-up enterprises. All the jobs described have proven to be both profitable and satisfying to thousands of people--active or handicapped. The majority of positions have low start-up costs and are suited for communities of any size. Includes a cost rating system for beginning a business along with a new chapter discussing why people start-up and run their own home-based businesses.
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Vending and Jobbers.
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I really think that this is a good book to help people to figure out what business(es) to start from home. The only thing that I don't like is that there's nothing to help you take it to the next level. Every business should have a description (like it does) and contact information for organizations/associations that could help you learn more about starting up this type of business. Some are obvious, but many aren't.