Despite the recent resurgence in popularity, genealogy holds limited prospects for growth in the future. The majority of genealogical work is done by people researching their own families. People consult genealogists about how to get started and may seek professional help when they run into problems. Individuals also hire genealogists to help them research information in other parts of the country or the world.
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