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Posted November 11, 2013 by

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Pursue an Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur

Becoming an entrepreneur may sound good, but is it the right choice for your entry level job?  The following post has 10 reasons why being your own boss may not be good for you.

This post is contributed by Daniel C. Steenerson Thinking about starting your own business? Beware! Below are 10 signs that you just may not be cut out to be an entrepreneur. #10 You can’t stand the heat. Before you jump into self-employment, make sure you’re very comfortable being uncomfortable. Every day you’ll need

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Posted May 01, 2013 by

Employees with Entry Level Jobs and Other Positions Can Return to Work with Disabilities

Just because you may have a disability, that does not mean you can’t go back to work.  In the following post, learn some tips on how to get back to your entry level job or other position more quickly than you might expect.

In the US, individuals with disabilities accounted for 9.4 million, or 6.0 percent, of the 155.9 million civilian labor force. The three most common occupations for men with disabilities were drivers/sales workers and truck drivers (246,000); janitors and building cleaners (217,000); and laborers and freight, stock, and material movers (171,000). For women,

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How Disabled Employees Can Make Their Way Back to the Workforce