The work-at-home sourcebook

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Live Oak Publications, 1992 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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Surveys indicate that half of all working people would work at home if they had the chance. This book shows them how to start. Newly revised and updated, it provides comprehensive information on more than a thousand home-based jobs, from the arts to computers to foreign languages. Includes details on pay and benefits. Photographs and line drawings.

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Contents

How to Go To Work From Your Home
1
Starting From Scratch
14
Opportunities in Crafts
41
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

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.