If you're a whiz at internet research, then you can build a profitable business by tracking down information.
If you have a computer, modem and printer, you're already on your way to becoming a highly paid, high-tech researcher. Corporations, law firms and even other small businesses often need hard-to-find information, but don't have the time or personnel to find it. That's where you come in:
As an information consultant, companies pay you to search online services and databases, dig through libraries, access government archives, and locate experts over the phone.
Best of all, thanks to the vast amount of information available on the internet, you can conduct the majority of your research from the comfort of your own home.
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Becoming A Know-It-All
Information consultant. It kind of sounds like someone James Bond would consult to find the location of stolen secret government documents, doesn’t it? Bond slips you an envelope full of money, and you hand him a computer disk labeled “For Your Eyes Only,” with all the information he so desperately needs but couldn’t find himself. The country is saved, and you’re off to the bank to make a deposit.
While the real life of an information consultant may not have all the cloak-and-dagger stuff, who wouldn’t trade that excitement for the ability to do all the sleuthing from the comfort your own home—with the same trip to the bank at the end?