Its difficult to say whether it is a perfect job or not, infact you cannot even say whether it is a job (a job indicates some sort of monetary compensation) blogging is about sharing, exchanging, writing ones thoughts, ideas etc .....you cannot be sure of monetary returns on blogging ..
If your question is about a housewife earning some money without going to a full time job and can they do so with blogging means ........the answer is Yes and no
With a individual blog site it is difficult to earn money unless your blog is very popular and you are an expert in any niche field.
It is better to write content/article writing platform like Hubpages and get some income out of it ..
Perfect? I don't know about that. Unless she is a really good writer, there are other things that can bring in more money. Writing a revenue sharing site or participating in affiliate marketing is usually the way to go. A housewife can also try her hand at eBay or other similar sites.
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