The Christian Science Monitor has an interesting article that will appeal to genealogists looking for some extra income. If you are good at this work, it might become a full-time job. The article by Linsey Knerl starts by saying, “Do you enjoy searching through public records, such as property records or even criminal files? You might be a good fit to be a courthouse researcher. The job can also be a great way to supplement your income.”
You could be researching anything from genealogy, property records, titles, probate cases, tax liens, or even criminal records.
You can read the article at http://goo.gl/KFo2kt.