127 Home-Based Job & Business Ideas by Gundi Gabrielle
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Do you NEED A JOB right now? Ideally, with flexible hours, working from home?
Or are you dying to get out of the corporate grind, yearning to build a business around something deeply fulfilling – and from the comfort of your home?
Maybe you are a new Mom and would love to remain a stay-at-home Mom, but money is getting tight and bills are piling up?
Whatever your situation may be:
This book will introduce you to an abundance of legitimate home-based job and business options to either get cash quickly when you need it…
Or build long term income streams that you enjoy and that allow you to finally #ClaimYourFREEDOM® and leave that dreary 9-5 job once and for all.
PART 1 starts with the Best Places to Find Jobs to Work from Home grouped by skill and experience level:
College Degree Required
This is followed by a number of flexible job options in your local area as well as how and where to find jobs fast.
Next, you’ll find several innovative ways to monetize your home and car (and no – not just Uber & AirBnB….).
Then we get to the first list of Top Home-Based Business Opportunities, some with significant income potential – even on a part time basis.
PART 2 lists more home-based job and business ideas grouped by your interests, passions and hobbies:
Arts & Crafts
Photo + Video
Health & Wellness
Are you ready to change your life today?
Then let this FUN 2-HOUR READ take you on a journey through a multitude of online job and business options that you probably never knew of – and even more fun homebased business opportunities for the long term.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It is a wealth of information at your fingertips. There are over 100 jobs listed, and for each section, there’s information about the job itself, required experience, hyperlinks, and free courses.
When you’re reading this book, it is going to get the wheels turning in your head about job opportunities. I found myself saying “Oh, I could do that” many times while reading this book. With so many professions and jobs listed, there is no way to remember everything. I actually read the book twice before writing this review because of opportunities that peaked my interest.
Virtual customer service agent, chat agent (for those who prefer not to talk to customers over the phone), and virtual lawyer are just a few of the jobs mentioned in the book. Trust me, there are many more! The hobbies list is next in the book and features information about photography, even selling recipes for those who love to cook.
I’d highly recommend this book to anyone. It is a great resource that you can always refer back to.
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