Attracting New Business

at , Atlanta, 30303 United States

We are a Consultant group working with small to mid-size companies to help them obtain the business marketing strategies they need to grow


Attracting New Business

Atlanta , GA 30303
United States
Contact Phone
P: (856) 238-1287
Website
-

Company Rating

660 FB users likes Attracting New Business, set it to 10 position in Likes Rating for Atlanta, Georgia in Consulting/business services category

"Veteran Marketer Creates a FREE '5-Step Formula' ANYONE can Follow to Get 932 Leads , Close 58 Sales, Recruit 4 MLM Reps, and Create an Extra $5,300 PER MONTH in 6 Weeks" (without spending a dime) http://AnthonyAnderson.weeklymarketingwebinars.org

Published on 2015-05-25 14:00:36 GMT

From Corporate America To Home Based Business The future of young Americans may be getting bleaker and bleaker, despite positive economic reports signaling development and progress. Yes, jobs market is tightening and unemployment rate is decreasing, but the numbers are not exactly painting a bright future for job seekers below 35 years old. Thankfully, many young people do not have to bet their future on whatever jobs conventional employment can afford them. They can become entrepreneurs or proprietors of their own businesses. Entrepreneurship nowadays has become more streamlined and trouble-free with owners operating from home, in a garage, and relying on online marketing to sell. For others, entrepreneurship takes up an entirely new meaning – becoming an independent distributor of well-known and widely marketed brands. The prospects of owning a business and earning more money than in brick-and-mortar employment make network marketing a promising alternative for young individuals with so much energy and motivation. Now, it is easy to ignore this well-meaning advice to shift towards network marketing. After all, everyone has a shot at landing a nine-to-five job, right? Unfortunately, regular employment is not for everyone, and definitely not for young Americans. Here are relevant news about the American employment situation, and its implications for young American workers. • 5.4% unemployment rate for April 2015, the lowest so far in seven years (Bureau of Labor Statistics: Employment Situation Summary, May 8, 2015) • Federal Reserve to raise borrowing rates in a few months, maybe sooner due to tightening jobs market • BLS forecasts unemployment rate for 2015 pegged below 6% • BLS reported that 50.9% of the jobless population is below 35 years old, with the bulk of the unemployed ranging from 25 to 34 years old (23.6%) • "If you look below the headline numbers, it’s obvious that today’s labor market is still far from normal . . . workers barely feel the effects of job gains in their paychecks" (Economic Policy Institute) • Half of the 200,000 plus job gains were in low-paying minimum-wage jobs (National Women's Law Center) Based on these reports, older people have higher chances of employment, leaving young candidates wondering and worried about their future. If you are a fresh graduate, this means the odds of you landing a good job are against you. You might say you are a better worker than older candidates given your level of skills in the latest technology, but do not be surprised to find you are losing a job to people 20 to 40 years older. Additionally, fresh graduates normally start at the bottom of the corporate ladder and have to settle for low-earning jobs, hoping for future promotions and salary increases, which, sad to say, are hard to come by these days. If you are a fresh graduate or under 35, and looking at home business or entrepreneurship as a career, you might be in a better position than many of your peers. Consequently, if you are apprehensive about starting your own business, you might as well rely on the established expertise of seasoned marketers and become a distributor adhering to the network marketing strategies of multi-level companies. Now, this is not to discourage young applicants and fresh graduates to get hired at some big company. On the contrary, this is an attempt to understand the economic situation so that young workers who have yet to build their careers may find the best opportunities to attain financial success. For young Americans and others who are suffering the pangs of unemployment or under-employment, this does not mean the end. In fact, all these hurdles signal the need to shift to other means of livelihood, which could stand the current and future economic climate. For those with the right aptitude and ambition, network marketing may be the key to financial independence.

!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->