The majority of people will likely get a 9-5 job after graduating, work until 60, and then retire. Not that there is anything wrong with this life path, but there are more options out there. One of these is being an entrepreneur. With just some of the benefits of entrepreneurship being controlling your own destiny, added flexibility, and leaving a legacy, everyone should at least consider a career in entrepreneurship.
Graduating? Consider Being An Entrepreneur
A lot of us in the younger generation don’t really think about this question. Ninety-nine percent of us will probably get a job after finishing college, working from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., five days a week. And then when we enter our late sixties, we retire. This kind of lifestyle is considered normal. We were taught to do so when we were young kids.
But being an entrepreneur is different. You don’t have to go to someone else asking for a pay raise or a promotion. You are in charge of your own business. You may not get a paycheck at the end of every month, but certainly no one will be above your head ordering you around.
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