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Steve Jobs, The Successful Apple CEO

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Corporate., Steve Jobs became a star in American business. His success brought Apple from bankruptcy into a company renowned sparkling encourage American media, MarketWatch rewarding tribute to Steve as the CEO of the top in this decade. MarketWatch, Dow Jones-owned subsidiary of United News Corp media magnate, Rupert Murdoch rate that Apple has developed into the most successful technology companies in the world.

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Reinventing the US- Shifting the paradigm to high work values

The 2008 crash caused a lot of soul searching among American experts, particularly economists. One famous academic was heard to say, “Everything I’ve been teaching, for all these years, was wrong.” A lot of businesses have also been re-assessing, and the state of the American job market is hardly a secret, with a new need for upgrading the domestic economy and career environment to meet the demand of competition and income requirements. Every form of employment market function, from leadership training to performance training and team building, is now under the microscope.
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What Was Old Is New Again – The Rebirth of American Entrepreneurship

The growing trend in America is to create a business. Cottage industries are popping up everywhere. From franchise retailers to launching a new business Americans are center stage. Startups include service business, home business, coaching business, and craft business. It is part of the American way but it is also a constant reminder that across the country this is the only way to maximize your potential.

The corporate market place has lost some of its luster. For many years it was considered an attribute to work for a conventional business. It was a way to learn a skill and perhaps find some sort of economic security. The evolution of big business has changed the idea of being a part of a company to one of just being an employee that is expendable.

Inflation with rising interest rates could put a damper on job availability. One of the things that it will impact is wages. With the reluctance of employers to foot the whole health care costs of their employee, job benefits are not that enticing. The payoff of owning your own business is that the entrepreneur takes the starring role. The limits in opportunity in the business world are due to many factors that the employees have no control over.

Many people are opting to work from home. Home based businesses are on the rise. Small Mom and Pop business are expanding thanks to the World Wide Web. This current trend is good for everyone. Entrepreneurs contribute to the success of this country. Out of ambition or need, more than a million boomers every year are starting there own business. In the United States people 55 to 64 years old are the most likely to start here own business.

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City, Missouri, a research and education center for entrepreneurs found in a single month in 2005 nearly 110,000 folks in the age range of 55 to 64 started a business. Older entrepreneurs have a huge advantage in wisdom and experience. The entrepreneur wants job freedom more than job security. They thrive on the adventure of relying on their ingenuity.

Another group of aspiring entrepreneurs are the millennial generation or the Generation Y. Many do it because they desire a better work-life balance. They are the leading edge of a trend toward entrepreneurship that is due in a large part to technology. The new view is work is a part of life but you do not live to work. When they start their own business they work long hours and harder than they planed. The operating forces for these entrepreneurs are the purposeful work, flexible hours and a chance for financial freedom.

A Pew Research Center poll of 2,003 Americans ages 18 and over pointed to the fact they were more satisfied with their flexible hours, proximity of work and home, job security, level of on-the-job stress and salary than other workers. Entrepreneurship is one of the most exciting ways to reach for the gold ring. This generation has seen the corporate culture loyalty to their employees. They realize that the corporate world is not going to look out for them. The entrepreneur spirit is alive and well in America and is expected to grow in the coming years.

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Why the government should invest in small businesses- great American spirit

Every street corner you turn shows the marks of many small business developments. I believe if we don't support these businesses, then America's streets will be like ghost town, and this can economically scarry to people that depend on them. This is why we need small businesses to exist. Did you know in 2005 about 587,592 jobs were outsourced to foeirgn countries? These jobs were outsourced by big companies not small companies. small companies are loya to Americans employees. I think companies that keep shipping jobs over seas, and causing too many jobs should not get tax break from the government. I know some people will say but it's too expensive and there too many overheads for these companies in the U.S. but they forget to know that it cost lot to reestablish to in a foreign country as well. These companies must also understand that the consumers buying power in these countries is not as strong as the American consumers.

Countries like India and China are reaoing the rewards of outsourcing why this country is falling apart economically. 50% of workers are hored by small businesses. This is very important for the government to understand now, and no more waiting. The government should provide, not just loans but grants to people small businesses that need them the mosti f banks don't. Big are being bailout, it's for small businesses get a bail as well. By the way you must understand that most of big companies today started as small businesses. You never know what small businesses can do in the future. It's time that taxpayers dollars work for small businesses as well.

Outsourcing kills Americans jobs. Many lose their jobs. we can't keep encouraging people to get degree, and can't find a job after that. This make no sense at all. I believe outsourcing is one of the reasons why we're in this mess today. We keep bailingout big companies and they keep failing. It's time some real leadership. People that manage small businesses have better management skills because they keep thriving, why the big keep failing. we have to work with one voice and and support small businesses before it's too late. we have to jeep fighting for what we want. Never give in to the recession pressure. For those seeking opportunities and financial freedom visit my resource box at www.mlmeducationblog.com email: prince@unlimited-wealth-online.com phone: 612-306-4920

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