Hobbies You Can Turn Into a Second Career

© Robert Lang Photography/Getty Images Small business owner framing pictures
© Robert Lang Photography/Getty Images Small business owner framing pictures

For Tony Tremonto, it started with a love of sports memorabilia and a desire to save money.

The Phoenix resident had been spending $65 to $85 each time he wanted a piece of his memorabilia framed. Tired of spending so much, he decided to try his hand at framing the items himself. That led to working out of his garage and the realization that he could offer on-the-spot framing at sports cards shows, where athletes granted autographs.

Tremonto, 52, soon left his job in property management and pursued the framing business full-time. In 2013, his company, Studio ADT, opened its first retail shop. “My goal is to have small satellite offices around Phoenix,” he says.

And it all happened because of a hobby.

Whether you are looking for a change of pace, need a new job out of necessity or want to supplement your retirement income, turning a hobby into a second career can make sense. Here are seven hobbies with good revenue potential.

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Source: U.S. News & World Report | Maryalene LaPonsie

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