AGE OF THE
THE AGE OF YOU: The Entrepreneur
Over the last few decades, we’ve seen employment change.
We went from spending a lifetime with one company to
several jobs with many. In the wake of this change, both
unemployment and entrepreneurship have increased.
In this age there are
many ways to be an
entrepreneur that are
direct and indirect, here
are six ways that you
could be one.
MOST JOBS: Independent Contractors
Contractors, freelancers and consultants cost 30% less than
maintain salaried employees.
No Supervising Pay as You Go Pay as You Go
CREATIVE JOBS: Sidepreneurs
Flexibility allows creative entrepreneurs to build businesses or
new projects on the side for extra cash flow.
SMALL BIZ JOBS: Jack-of-All-Trades
For small businesses, generalists come out ahead with more
work over highly trained specialists.
SPECIALIZED JOBS: Outsourcing
With a growth in global specialization many jobs that require
specialization can be outsourced for less money.
CORPORATE JOBS: Intrepreneurs
Those who innovate internally have a huge opportunity to
help their corporation remain on the cutting edge.
PRESTIGIOUS TECH JOBS: Aqui-Hires
Large companies acquire smaller firms to gain their talent
“ We buy companies to get excellent people.”
Mark Zuckerberg, 2010
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