More and more franchisees are looking at part-time franchise opportunities i.e. franchises that allow them to keep their own job whilst running a franchise. Many part-time franchises will require full-time hours eventually from the franchisee but being part-time allows them to build the business up to one that requires full-time hours. This will also help them financially as they will still have a salary coming in which could help them if business is slow at the launch.
Part-time franchises are also ideal for women with a young family as the extra free time they have can be spent with their family whilst also having a second income coming in. They therefore are able to balance having a career with raising a family.
Part-time franchises also allow you to take on a hobby or study whilst working, allowing you to have best of both worlds.
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