Who says there are Fewer Jobs in the United States?
The global Covid-19 pandemic has affected the US job market badly. The unemployment rates are much higher than before the lock-downs, and in some industries, it is almost impossible to regain a lost job.
But the good news, according to an NFIB survey in March 2021, is that 42% of small businesses have openings in various positions that they are eager to fill. Almost a quarter of these businesses has no intentions of cutting back but are reinvesting in their businesses by hiring more staff.
Isn't this is a great time for you to look for employment in a small business if you are a fresh-out-of-college graduate or have unfortunately lost your job.
Following are the benefits of working for a small business.
1. You Are Not Just A Cog In The Machine.
Working for a small business means that what you do counts towards the success of the business. You are much more than another number on the payroll.
It is easier to be heard, to share ideas and feedback, and make them mean something.
2. Your Career Growth Can Be Swift.
Climbing the corporate ladder is tough when you work for a large organization. There are clearly defined departments, functions, and roles. It isn't easy to make yourself shine. A small business thrives when people take on multiple responsibilities. With smaller staff strength, the job descriptions are less rigid. You enjoy deserving recognition and can also earn a promotion in a much shorter span.
3. The Earning Potential Is Quite Good.
People are attracted to work for large corporations because they can earn big. It is easy to assume that you'll earn very little if you work for a small business. But that is just a myth. Many small companies pay generously, have good incentives, and are great places to work. Because they are small, the overheads are much lower, and the staff strength is also quite small. Many employers pass on this advantage to the employees as an attractive package.
Networking Is Key To Finding The Right Job.
Most small businesses hire people through job openings on social media networking sites like LinkedIn. Building a professional network and talking to people is important so that you can get personal recommendations.
There is no need to wait until you land a job at a huge corporation. Work with a small business. The multi-role experience could be exactly what you are looking for.
There is no offer to sell, no solicitation of an offer to buy, and no recommendation of any security or any other product or service in this article. Moreover, nothing contained in this PR should be construed as a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any investment or security, or to engage in any investment strategy or transaction. It is your responsibility to determine whether any investment, investment strategy, security, or related transaction is appropriate for you based on your investment objectives, financial circumstances, and risk tolerance. Consult your business advisor, attorney, or tax advisor regarding your specific business, legal, or tax situation.
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