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You can work as a broker or agent who brings the buyers and sellers together. This applies to a lot more than just real estate. For example, consider the agents who work in show business. Some of them are former actors who leverage their knowledge of who does the hiring and what the employers are looking for. What business deals might you arrange in your industry? You can work as an investment analyst in the industry and leverage your knowledge of which companies or commodities are likely to gain or lose value.
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