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By Blythe Camenson

CAREERS FOR YOU IS the single profession sequence DESIGNED EXPRESSLY to show PASSIONS INTO PAYCHECKS! The inspiring Careers for You sequence encourages profession explorers to check the activity industry during the detailed lens in their personal pursuits. comprises: the most recent info on education and schooling pointers on reworking leisure pursuits into task abilities tales of good fortune from every one box specialist suggestion on discovering and getting the task suggestion on competing in scorching task markets

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They were both dissatisfied with their jobs, and one day they just decided to take the plunge. Carol loves the sales end of the business, dealing with the customers, and Mary satisfies her shopping urges by traveling around the country as the Stock Exchange’s buyer. Their personal business preferences allow for a good division of duties. Over the years, they’ve managed to build up an international clientele, including collectors from Japan, Germany, and England. A RT I S T I C V I S I O N S • 3 7 Mary describes their customers as an eclectic mix.

Over the years, they’ve managed to build up an international clientele, including collectors from Japan, Germany, and England. A RT I S T I C V I S I O N S • 3 7 Mary describes their customers as an eclectic mix. People from England and Japan buy everything they can find from the fifties. The most serious collectors buy clothes from the thirties through the fifties—Joan Crawford, Great Gatsby, and Garbo styles with big padded shoulders and lots of sparkly glitz. Some of their customers are Victorian period collectors.

This is one of the best 3 4 • C A R E E R S F O R S E L F - S TA RT E R S businesses to get into on little or no capital. You don’t need any particular expertise or any particular degree. You do need to have some stock and a couple of tables and table coverings. And then you can hit the flea markets. You can still find perfectly good flea markets where you can set up for $10 to $25. Later, you can graduate to a slightly higher-caliber show, whose fees might be from $50 to $100. A lot of people just do shows.

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