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    What kind of business is suitable for retired teacher?
    Hello all,

    My father is very hard worker and he don't want to waste his time by simply sitting in home. Actually he is retired teacher and want's to do some business. I don't want him to take too much of pressure, so please tell me which is the very easiest and pressure free business which is good for him. Thank you in advance.


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    Try something that is connected to your previous profession. Tutorial services, maybe?


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    On the basis of your profession and as per your requirement that you don't need to invest in your business, I would prefer that you should start first giving teach from home. After making some investment from teaching, you can open a coaching Centre. If not this way round, you can even give an interview in a coaching Centre and join it that will provide you money as well going out will also make you active as well.


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    Retirement Job
    Quote Originally Posted by shrikantha View Post
    Hello all,

    My father is very hard worker and he don't want to waste his time by simply sitting in home. Actually he is retired teacher and want's to do some business. I don't want him to take too much of pressure, so please tell me which is the very easiest and pressure free business which is good for him. Thank you in advance.
    As you have mentioned your father is a retired teacher. He can do online tutorial so he can use his profession. In addition, there are online works that he can do such as data entry, research, translation, and all. All he need is courage and determination.


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    He could create video tutorials and either sell access directly on your own website or join an existing site as a contributor for which you split revenue from purchases.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shrikantha View Post
    Hello all,

    My father is very hard worker and he don't want to waste his time by simply sitting in home. Actually he is retired teacher and want's to do some business. I don't want him to take too much of pressure, so please tell me which is the very easiest and pressure free business which is good for him. Thank you in advance.
    Hello. The fact that your father is hardworking is a cool fact. I can help you with the problem that your hardworking father doesn't want to stay at home but wants to work. I can recommend a job in the essaybison service for which students pay for research paper. Your father will not stay at home if he works for this service. Your father will earn a good salary. Your fatherís primary responsibility will be writing research papers. Your father will cope easily with this duty because he is a teacher. Is this idea cool?


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    I appreciate your father even after retiring he still want to work. Well, coming back to your query i suggest you ask your dad in which filed he is very much interested in or if he is an English teacher then he can start writing open Guest blog posts.


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    He can be a tutor. Probably he can start a coaching centre.


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    Home tutions or coaching centers would be the best option.


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