Being good with your hands will help you in any number of situations. The know-how and inclination to fix things, whether it's a leaky roof or a torn sweater, makes a handy person the one friends, relatives, and neighbors turn to when things go wrong. There is a plethora of ways that young people who are good with their hands can harness these skills to make money, both in the current moment and the long term. This book is full of creative job ideas and pragmatic tips, with a particular focus on ways readers can develop entrepreneurial streaks.
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