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This work at home idea helps if you have some recruiting industry experience; it’s not very easy to start a recruiting company without having any industry knowledge. The work is not difficult, it just takes a certain kind of personality to be successful. If it is of interest, it would make sense to get a full or part time job with a recruiting firm before you launched out on your own. But once you make the launch, do so carefully. The industry is highly competitive, and saturated with non-compete agreements…

But to give you an idea of just how lucrative the business can be, I point you to the Thinking Home Business Blog by Des Walsh. Des’ blog is a good place to get more info on blogging for business and profit, which is one of my more highly recommended work at home ideas. He clued me in to Bill Vick’s podcasting blog site Xtreme Recruiting, which has an interview with Gene Rice. Gene billed out 1.2 million dollars for his services last year :: working 25 hours a week.

I used to be in the recruiting industry, and I can wholly attest to the fact that if you know your stuff, are a great sourcer of candidates, and are willing to spend a good amount of time on the phone, this amount of income is totally doable. Certainly not average or common, but entirely possible for a driven and ambitious eMom at home.

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