What is it that motivates young entrepreneurs?
It's tough being the new guy or girl on the job, especially if it's your first. But that first gig, whether it's an after-school job or your first foray into the working world, can be a great breakthrough.
Getting that first career-oriented job in the months after graduating from college can be a real challenge. But, don't give up hope.
Don't ever stop trying to find your own American Dream.
If your dream business seems to have all the right refinements, then it's time to take the next step and get your idle idea in motion with a business plan.
Be a seasonal bum like a pro by making ends meet and getting valuable experience, all while enjoying a temporary hiatus from the "real world."
Whether you're looking for a summer gig or just a little something to boost your income, a retail job can fit the bill.
Sumaya Kazi is the only solo woman featured on Business Week's top 25 young entrepreneurs--consider her your quickest connection to a generation that doesn't let age or culture define success.
Have you ever started a business, played in a band, raised money for a charity, or planned a party? If you answered "yes" to any of the above, you should take note of these relatively inexpensive (or free) tactics to help you with your promotional ventures--whatever they may be.
A well-written press release can be one of the communication pros' most successful tools, and though writing a press release isn't difficult, writing one the press will actually read and use takes some skill.