The work-at-home sourcebook

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Live Oak Publications, 2002 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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Written by a 20-year veteran of working at home, this book explains how to do fulfilling, profitable work without leaving the house. It lists hundreds of companies that hire freelancers, providing contact information, job requirements, and salary and benefits data. This new edition includes black-and-white photographs and illustrations throughout, updates all existing information, and adds more than 150 new work-at-home opportunities.

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User Review  - BeckyJG - LibraryThing

The Work at Home Sourcebook is a self help book that lists work at home careers and opportunities, from home businesses to telecommuting to sales and outsourcing. The book is logically arranged by ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

I was writing an article and got this book for the references in it. It really offers a variety of legitimate jobs for people to do while working from home and making money. If you want to build your ... Read full review

Contents

How to Go To Work From Your Home
1
Business Services
19
Home Commercial Property Improvements
32
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

The Philip Lief Group is a Princeton area-based book developer that has created a wide range of books for small businesses.
Lynie Arden is a veteran business and Web-content writer and author of 220 Best Franchises to Buy, 3rd Edition, and The Work-at-Home Sourcebook. She lives in Ashland, Oregon.

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