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Job Hunting

If you want to be one of the top income earners in the U.S., research shows that one thing you shouldn't do is go job hunting. Of course, there are some top executives who earn in excess of $100,000 annually, but the vast majority of people who make that much or more per year are business owners, not job holders. Perhaps that's why new business ownership (including home business ownership) has grown so much in this decade.

If you've been laid off or gone job hunting recently, you may already know how discouraging a process that can be these days. You may be ready to find alternative sources of income, including becoming your own boss. The question you may have is, where do I start? provides information that can start you on the road away from job hunting, and towards taking more control over your life. You may already have noticed that there are services advertised online that promise to link you to paid work performing such easy tasks as answering surveys, or shopping at local stores--for a fee. Are these services worth the money, and can they provide a realistic way to earn income while you build a part- or full-time business? has some recommendations for you on this subject. We also review information on low-cost ways to get started running your own business through the Internet. Our information on pay-per-click businesses alone could get you inspired to finally become an entrepreneur.

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