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Re: Re: Re: a good trade to know?


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Posted by Ana on July 06, 2003 at 11:25:12 from (12.83.195.106):

In Reply to: Re: Re: a good trade to know? posted by Clod on July 06, 2003 at 09:13:57:

For a while I did dog grooming. It is not government regulated as yet. You can learn from someone else or learn it on your own with books. I trained for it, but it is very work intensive. I developed "tennis elbow" and had to quit but I turned customers away every day. There is still a giant need in this area. We have plenty of barbers and hair-stylists. If I were going to pick a useful skill that is needed everywhere, I'd be a mechanic---so hard to find a good one, plus they can charge whatever they want around here. The ones I know are all getting elderly.


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