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Impress your Friends with your new Home Theater System
By Warren Thompson
So you’re in the market for a new home theater system? Why not? Everyone you know either has one or wants one. Are you sick of having to go to your buddy’s place to watch the game on the big Read more...

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Home Made Remedies For A Headache
By Richard Romando
A headache paralyzes the entire body. Even a simple task as chatting becomes a behemoth. Here are some home remedies to relieve from the excruciating headache.The Common Home Remedy Read more...
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Turn A Home Based Business Into Residual Income
By Diep Tran
A home based business does not always start out as a residual income opportunity. For a person who starts their own home business, making it turn out a residual income is something they have to do. Read more...
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Are You Ready For The Home Inspector?
By Edward McCarthy
There was a time not too long ago when buyers rarely requested one. Just five years ago the Chicago metropolitan area had only 200-300 home inspectors, while today the figure is 3,000 and growing. Read more...

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Working at Home - Leave the Office Grind Behind & Work at Home
By Thomas Childs
Working at - Leave the Office Grind Behind & Work at Home

Whether downsized, outsourced, or sick and tired of cubicle hell, more people are earning their living by working at home. The work at industry is booming with a diverse lot of income earning opportunities. People of all skill and education levels can find a niche in this market.

Telecommuters

Technology has enabled former office rats to do their work at home. Armed with a computer, fax, and telephone, employees from back office data entry to management staff are able to perform part or all of their jobs at home. The telecommuting option is appreciated by workers as it allows them more freedom and control over the work day and more time to spend with families. Companies find that this set up often improves employee morale and productivity.

Net Work

Earning money via the Internet has become an increasingly popular option in the work at industry. Chances are you know someone who sells merchandise on eBay. Many online merchants are working out of their homes. The Internet offers a wealth of opportunities for writers to earn a living at the keyboard. People with an Internet-based career often start on a part-time basis while working their regular office gig. Once their "web job" takes off, they escape the office

grind for full-time work at home.

Home Base

Another option in the work at industry is a home-based business where you go out in the field to provide services for customers. This is a wide open opportunity - think of any product or service that people need and, viola, you have a business. The senior population is exploding. Start an elder service that helps seniors with light housekeeping, grooming, and transportation. Two career families and busy folks in general equal a business for you running errands such as shopping, chauffeuring kids, and picking up dry cleaning.

You can strike out on your own with these home-based businesses or buy a franchise. Franchises offer a brand name people know and trust along with marketing support from the headquarters office. Start up costs can be out of reach for a lot of people, however, there are hundreds of franchise options in the work at industry that will fit with small budgets.

Scam Alert

The Internet and print and broadcast media are full of ads for great-sounding work at opportunities. Sadly, the work at industry is full of scam companies that advertise high income home-based jobs. Some ads are specific while others are vague and keep you in the dark about the exact nature of the pie in the sky venture.

Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Do your research before you plunge into any work at opportunity. Talk with others who are working at home. Check out franchises or Internet opportunities with the Better Business Bureau. Despite the scam artists, there are thousands of options in the work at industry and one of them will suit you.

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