Black businesswoman using cell phone on sofa in office
If you’re like me, you like to kick off the new year by reflecting on the goals you set last year and begin to set new ones for the coming year. For a lot of people, their No. 1 New Year’s goal is to get new job or launch a new business.
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When you hear "small business start-up," many people think of 30-something techies leaving bigger companies to go out on their own. Would it surprise you to learn that about one fourth of aspiring small business owners are in the 40 - 60 age bracket?
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A staggering number of people in the United States remain unemployed, with more workers over age 45 remaining out of work for a year or longer.
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If you've been itching to start your own business, you're in great company. About 7.4 million Americans over the age of 50 work for themselves. And according to an AARP survey, one in six baby boomers who work for others hope to be self-employed at some point.
Whether it's out of economic necessity or the desire to fulfill a dream, older Americans are increasingly considering starting their own businesses.
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