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Touch Morokot: I want to be a salon owner

Touch Morokot, a fourth-year Khmer literature major at Khemarak University, said that she wants to be a salon owner.

“I want to run my own business and become a salon owner because of my natural gifts and my love of business,” said Morokot, adding that the demand is high because youths love going to salons to get dolled up.

“Owning a salon, I would work for myself and manage my own money, unlike working for others,” she said.

“If we are the boss of ourselves, we can do whatever we want.”

Morokot has little knowledge of make-up and hairstyles. However, she is interested in being a salon owner. Therefore, what should she do in order to become a successful owner?

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