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Why Be Self-employed And Own A Business

by Richard O'Brien Business Sales listing specialist

Life is all about the choices you make.  Your environment, skills, experiences, ambition and awareness are the paving stones to your journey.  

Self-employment has become a more attractive career option than the traditional process of going to school, getting a job, and retiring. Today's workforce has more opportunities to pursue, including further education, owning a business, or starting a franchise. In fact, younger generations are predicted to have up to 30 jobs over their working life.

One's environment and upbringing play a significant role in shaping their career choices. Those whose parents were in business are more likely to own a business themselves due to the knowledge and skills they have gained through osmosis. However, even if one's historical environment did not equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge, they can still learn and operate effectively in their own business.

New Zealand's ranking as number one among 190 economies in the ease of doing business makes it an attractive place to own a business. Small and medium-sized enterprises are not only the largest employers in the country but also contribute about 30 percent to its GDP. Therefore, becoming a part of this group that holds a significant portion of the country's wealth is an attractive proposition.

It’s important you are open to the many options available to you. If you see yourself as a business or franchise owner, then check out specialist NZ business for sale websites to explore the possibilities. Being self-employed is an exciting and rewarding option that can lead to personal fulfillment and financial success.


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About Richard O'Brien Junior   Business Sales listing specialist

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Joined APSense since, May 24th, 2022, From Christchurch, New Zealand.

Created on Mar 22nd 2023 21:59. Viewed 159 times.

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