So say your kid isn't the best in school but is too bright to spend the rest of their lives working in an Amazon distribution center.
What are some good businesses that can be started for say less than 200K that have the potential to grow and thrive in our new economy with dedication and hard work?
Of course it depends on the unique skills of the individual, but what are some ideas?
Or is it impossible these days with litigation risks, regulations, and all the other BS?
Plumbing. I kid you not. All the plumbers are getting old and there are no fresh professionals coming into the business. It is probably the same with being an electrician and such. We need more skilled workers instead of college students studying basket waving and urban development in the 70s.
"Plumbers Job Outlook, 2016-26 16% (Much faster than average)"
"Job Growth Holds Promise For Graduates. Trained electricians are in high demand as employment is projected to grow 14 percent around the country from 2014 to 2024, according to the BLS. ... With that in mind, it's expected that jobs for electricians will continue to increase in the future."