Now keep in mind that was *just* the month of February, the average National unemployment rate is nearly in the double digits now, in some areas it's over, like the state where I live (Nevada) it is now nearly 11%. That is 11 people of every 100 with no job.
I have been watching the MSNBC RSS feeds coming across and in the past few days I've seen...
- 700 people apply for a single janitorial job.
- Man submits over 300 resumes, was one of 1,000 for one job.
- More than 5,000 applicants for hotel jobs in California.
- Man drives 3400 miles in hopes of finding a job, sells tool box to pay the rent.
Online job websites are getting record numbers of hits, companies are pulling down their ads quickly as they are getting way too many applicants, more than they can handle. Ads that say no calls are getting so many calls from applicants wanting to stand out, that are 'following up' to make sure their resume has been received. (only to be told, yes we got your resume as well as 1,000 others...)
Introducing "Unemployment Idol", yep, it IS a reality, not a reality 'show'. Hundreds of thousands of people are seeking jobs, will you be the lucky one who shines brightest to get the job?
What makes YOU stand out from the rest? Is your experience greater? Your resume broader? Are you willing to work more for less?
Imagine the employers, the 'judges' we'll say, having to sort through and read all the resumes. How do they pick the best employee? Perhaps they have a panel of 4 each with their own opinion...
- Judge 1 "looks like a good dawg, but I'm not sure.."
- Judge 2 "has some experience, but is lacking in some areas."
- Judge 3 "wonderful, I love the whole thing!"
- Judge 4 "are you kidding me, you're going to have to do better than that!"
Are you seeking jobs that are very far away willing to sacrifice your time to commute 2 hours each way?
Are you dumbing down your resume so you don't look over qualified or fluffing up your resume so you appear to be able to work a career where you have no experience?
This is exactly what you are up against, thousands of others doing the exact - same - thing.
You just don't know who fluffed better, who is offering more for less salary, who is willing to travel farther for even less... Imagine the employers and what they are going through!
Every morning when I awakeI am thankful for earning an income
in a recession proof profession.
in a recession proof profession.
Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?
Well, it's not. Network marketing has been around for over 50 years. And in the several strained financial times over these several decades, the Network Marketing industry has climbed to new levels each time exploding in growth and creating more and more six figure income earners.
Network Marketing is being your own boss, like creating your own job because Network Marketing is a Lifestyle Choice.
Keep in mind, Network Marketing is not a 'job' in the sense of working for someone else, it's a Lifestyle choice and a path. Network Marketing is readily available to anyone willing to make a change in their lifestyle.
- A resume is not required.
- Skills are not required.
- Travel is not required.
- Experience is not required.
There is no glass ceiling in Network Marketing. You can dream and travel as high as you want and the only person that can stand in your way is YOU. There is no cap on the income, if you build it, it will come. A very true statement in Network Marketing.
What IS Network Marketing?
This is an industry of marketing, via networking with others. There are several ways to earn an income in Network Marketing. The key is believing in you and making it happen. There are people that have gone from almost losing their home and going bankrupt to earning tens of thousands of dollars per month.
Whether you really need just $100 more per month, or would feel more comfortable with $1000 more per month. Even if you need to replace an income of over $50,000 per year, all things are possible with Network Marketing.
Explore the Possibilities...
I've been in the industry since 1993 and if you are ready to take the bull by the horns. I teach my partners to move forward and make their dreams happen. You have a choice...you can keep submitting resumes, but you can also take charge of your life and make a Lifestyle Change...