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What are the Benefits of a Paper Route

What are the benefits of having a paper route? A very popular question at my local distribution center for newcomers to the paper route game.

Well, there are many benefits to being a carrier for a paper route. Number one, you get to meet very interesting people along your route and you will be surprised at what these people do for a living. You will meet doctors, factory workers, attorneys, school teachers, and more. You may even meet a guy who works at the local Best Buy who says come in and get you a new stereo for your car because we are having a great sale next week.

Paper Routes - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Paper routes sure have changed and the purpose here is to expose the good and bad parts of a modern day paper route.

First, the good.

  • Money - Nothing like making some extra cash! If you are looking for some extra cash, no matter how much it is, a paper route could be perfect for you!
  • Time - Not much time involved with rolling and tossing news papers.
  • People - You get the opportunity to meet a lot of people at 3 in the morning. You will be surprised at what everyone does at their "other" jobs.
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