Working at home: is it for you?
Describes the advantages and disadvantages of self-empolyment, and provides practical advice on time management, office layout, telecommuting via computer, and the psychological challenges of working alone
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The Psychological Perspective
The Historical Perspective1700 to 1985
Personal ChoicesTwo Sides of the Same Coin
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