Whichever way the economy goes, people will always seek to be entertained. I'm the wrong person to comment on sporting goods, so I won't. So, that leaves us with music and videography. In both of these industries, there's a constant need for stock music and stock videos. You could market your works that way or you could simply publish them independently.
by shockman - 8 hours ago
I can't tell you anything about any of those but, I support service companies because I own one. If you like it, it's great work. You are helping people and a bonus is not very expensive compared to retail or other companies (no overhead until you get a job) So IMHO it would be production company cause your outlay would be in the low 5 figures and would only need work at it when you got a gig. So it could be in the works for years while you worked a "job"
by Just some random guy - 8 hours ago
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