Today's graduates face the toughest job market in 10 years. Their peers only a few years older, who just started their careers, are now back on the job hunt with few prospects. There is a highly competitive pool of applicants for companies that aren't hiring. What options do these bright, young, ambitious people have?
To wait for the economy to recover and recruiters to come knocking? Or to take that ambition and passion and turn it into something tangible? Now is the time to become an entrepreneur—take that drive and start realizing your dreams.
In Young Guns:
The Fearless Entrepreneur's Guide to Chasing Your Dreams and Breaking Out on Your Own, Robert Tuchman shows professionals that they can start and succeed in their own business with examples of many entrepreneurs under the age of 35.
There is no better time to take a chance than when you're youthful, bold and have very little to lose—and he knows from experience.
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