Job Opportunities for Teens & Young Adults Still Lacking

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  1. I was listening to a podcast the other day, and the speaker said this:

    “The only security is found in prison. There you get 3 square meals, and predictable schedules. With freedom, however, comes risk and reward.”

    There is no true “secure” future any more, including our J.O.B.’s… therefore identifying out gifts, passions, and calling will help us regroup and refocus next time the “cheese moves.” (see Him and Haw from “Who Moved My Cheese.”)

    In reference to the “multiple streams of income”… I think the only way to truly manage that well is to develop a systematic (almost franchise-able) pipeline of businesses. I’ve recently been reading the Micheal Gerber book, “Emyth” and found his approach to building small businesses very insightful.

    I’ve sort of blogged about that here: http://robincorporated.blogspot.com/2010/09/business-system-choices.html

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Rich.

    Rob

  2. umeployed teen says:

    I don’t feel like older people should be pefered over younger people its not fair to young adults who are trying to make it. How do we expect to have a better ecomomy if we can put the younger adults to work. Most of them are working to get threw school to have a better life. Working will give them the training and respondibilty needed to work it in the work.

    • Thanks for sharing your comment! I know a lot of people of all ages are having a tough time finding work right now. One great way for young people (well, anyone, really) to gain experience is to volunteer with an organization or cause they care about. I worked myself into several jobs in the past by volunteering first.

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