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Life After High School: Top 10 Alternatives to College

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Discussing business plans

Start a Business


Has your teen always been an entrepreneur? Especially in this Internet age, there are many business opportunities for your teen to start working for himself — the trick is finding his niche and pursuing it.

Your teen can start by listing his strengths and interests, and finding potential industries that would put them to good use. And remember, even if his first venture fails, it will give him valuable experience and insight for his next.

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