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Five Important Steps to Turning Your Hobby Into a Profitable Business

My story is similar to thousands of graduates before me. I graduated from school a few years back only o realize that the saying "there are no jobs" was not without merit. In my bid to leave the ever swelling mass of the unemployed, I was forced to think inside the box and look at the skills and hobbies I had formerly taken for granted. The unbelievable truth is that there is a market for everything.
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