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im looking for some ideas for franchise opportunities that do not require a massive amount of involvement. I am employed as an Electrical Engineer for a coal company but, due to the coal market, am facing a reduction in my salary. As a result, i am thinking about starting a franchise to make up for the lost pay. Any ideas on franchises that work well with someone who already has a full time job would be greatly appreciated. maybe a website that would have a listing of such? I am open to any type of franchise, not simply electrical based.
#Allan- i was unaware that scoring a 32 on ACT's and obtaining 3 college degrees while working full time and raising a child as a single dad made me an idiot. you must be a utter genius....or a complete a$$hole. my bet is on the later.