The 200 Best Home Businesses: Easy To Start, Fun To Run, Highly Profitable (Google eBook)

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Adams Media, Jul 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Tired of your humdrum workday routine? Looking for a new an exciting career path that allows you to be your own boss and make your own rules? The 200 Best Home Businesses is the book for you. This completed revised and update 2nd edition profiles 200 of the best and most profitable businesses that you can run from your home Inside, you'll find jobs for your every interest, from Computer Programmer to Personal Chef. Each business profile provides you with all of the information you need to choose the business that's right for you: The pros and cons of each business; Estimated start up costs; Skills needed; Advertising tips; Expert advice from home business entrepreneurs. No matter what your interest or level of experience, you can take charge of your life, tap into your unique background and talents, and build a solid career for the future. The 200 Best Home Businesss, 2nd Edition shows you how!
  

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some ideas are good but some of them couldn't be explained properly due to limited space.

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I received this book as a gift. I quickly skimmed through the contents and noticed one of the best home businesses was "Animal Breeder". As the owner of a dog rescue, I was quite disgusted to see this and even more so after reading the chapter. With millions of healthy, adoptable animals being euthanized every single year in North America there is absolutely no reason any moral person should take up animal breeding as a way to make money. The book makes no mention of the importance of regular health testing of parents before breeding, screening of potential homes for puppies, training, temperament testing or veterinary care. In fact there is no mention of veterinary care whatsoever. The author also promotes the selling of your "stock" to pet stores. How irresponsible! The author really shows a lack of moral and ethical integrity with this ridiculous suggestion of exploiting animals as a method to earn a living. This book made a nice addition to my campfire for about 8 minutes. 

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Auctioneer
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29
77
55
Dog Trainer
87
Home Health Care Service
129
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Katina Z. Jones (Akron, OH) is a freelance writer and author of several Everything books, including "The Everything Get Ready for Baby Book" and "The Everything Feng Shui Book".

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