January 1, 2005
You can tend to your kids and other household matters throughout your workday. It may also be the worst thing. Below four salon owners discuss the pros and cons of having salon in their homes.
August 1, 1998
America is going home to work, and nail technicians are no exception. Citing a higher income and lower expenses, not to mention some great tax deductions, nail technicians find they can support their families and be near them, too. But working from home has its pitfalls.
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