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Job Options for College Kids in the World of Sports Betting

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Published on:
May/14/2018

College is a wonderful experience meant to help young adults grow as individuals and help steer them onto their future job path. College students generally do not live at home, but instead live on campus, which means they have more freedom to do what they want in their free time, instead of doing chores around the house. But doing whatever one wants to do often comes with a price, and that means college students often need to find ways to make money while attending college, which means looking for a job.

Obviously, there are many job options available for College Students, such as working directly with your University or working in a restaurant or other service type job, and countless other options. However, the biggest drawback of any of these typical job options is that they require you to be at the job location, and make the time commitment to the job. There are only so many hours in a day, and with a full schedule of classes, plus studying often leaves little time to spend traveling to a from the job and working a job.

But are there job options for College Kids that have more flexibility in terms of hours, and maybe even not spending any time on the job location? Well, there is one option that most college kids are not aware of, but allows them to actually be their own boss, and spend little to no time working, and the potential for profit is unlimited.

This specific opportunity entails being a bookie and accepting wagers on sports, and you donít need to invest a bunch of money in doing this. Instead, you can choose a pay per head company like AcePerHead.com that provides you with everything you need, such as a fully interactive website with thousands of sporting events to bet on each day, plus horse racing from tracks all around the country, and a virtual casino that can be played on 24 hours a day.

All the lines to wager on are put up and updated up to the second by Ace Per Head, and as soon as each game ends, Ace Pay Per Head grades everything immediately which automatically updates into the playerís account, and into the Agentís backend account. So this means Ace does everything, there is zero effort needed from the bookieís end. All you would have to do as the bookie would be to find people that are interested in betting on sports, and being on a college campus surrounded by thousands of fellow students there is an unlimited about of people that could end up being a potential bettor and client.

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