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How to Recession-Proof Your Business

Tips from a remodeler who learned these lessons the hard way. All photos are courtesy of FineCraft Contractors. When you listen to the news today, there’s a lot of talk about an impending recession or market crash. It’s enough to make anyone concerned about the future. But it’s especially daunting for business owners. And it’s…

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5 HomeAdvisor Perks You Could Be Missing Out On

Being a HomeAdvisor pro comes with lots of advantages, not all of which are widely known. In addition to connecting with new customers — and collecting verified ratings and reviews to build trust with homeowners looking to hire pros in your field — you also get preferred pricing on things like job materials and office supplies. And you get extra tools to help you win more jobs and learn from other great pros like you!

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How to Start an Apprenticeship Program for Your Business

HomeAdvisor’s Guide to Building an Apprenticeship Program will break down the steps of starting an apprentice training program for your business. Learn the government schema to create a registered apprenticeship and how to recruit the best candidates for your business.

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Why You Should Hire an Apprentice for Your Business

HomeAdvisor’s Guide to Apprenticeship Program Benefits explains how employing an apprentice can benefit your business and your industry. Find out about government funding and other incentives to creating a registered apprenticeship program.

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Homeowner Happiness Index – Happiest Home Projects by Region

Midwest The nation’s largest study exploring what makes homeowners happy where it matters most — in their homes. How Happy are Midwestern Homeowners? With friendly (and booming) cities, mouth-watering cuisine — Like Kansas City BBQ, St. Louis’ Provel Cheese and Chicago-style pizza — iconic sports franchises and top-notch art communities, Midwesterners are a happy bunch….

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