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    Aging in Place Trend Creates New Job Options for College Grads

     

    The trend of “aging in place” is creating alternative career opportunities for those entering the health care field. Specifically, more nurses are finding their first or mid-career jobs caring for people in their homes, versus the four walls of a hospital or other health care facilities.

    Modern Fundraising for Schools Made Easy!

    A new program that teams businesses up with parent groups to raise money for schools is working. Already, more than 10,000 schools have signed up and merchants are lining up to participate.

    Cash-Driven Peer Pressure Promotes More Weight Loss

    Weight loss wagering initiatives and diet contests offering monetary rewards to those who meet weight goals over other cash-contenders are all the rage among individuals and employee groups, alike, with both women and men partaking in these profitable pound-shelling programs. 

    Technology is Making Gift Card Programs Easier For Small Businesses

    Branded gift cards have proven to be a boon to big retail and restaurant chains, generating sales and bringing in new customers, but small businesses typically missed out on this marketing tool because of cost and technology constraints.Gift cards have proven to drive new business as existing customers typically give gift cards to family members and friends who are unfamiliar with a business.

    5 Ways Women Will Lead the Economic Turnaround

    In the face of the recent Congressional Budget Office report asserting the U.S. economy could face further recession in 2013 amid a "fiscal cliff," the role of women as business owners and consumers has become downright critical to the American financial system. There are 5 key roles women will play to help turn the economy around:

    New Study Finds Small Business Owners Have More Education and More Training

    The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Research Foundation conducted a recent study on small-business owner education and certification. The study found that small-business own ers have notably more formal education than the adult population, particularly given the fact that they tend to be older.

     

    Relief to Women Entrepreneurs Struggling with Impostor Syndrome

    Certified Hypnotherapist and author of Hypnosis for Success, Alicia Cramer, says hypnosis is a viable solution to one of the most common psychological plagues on successful women, Imposter Syndrome. Imposter Syndrome is defined as a psychological phenomenon in which successful people are unable to internalize their accomplishments, resulting in feeling like a fraud or undeserving of their success.

    Opinion Poll Indicates Difficult Data for Home-Based Business Owners

    Weak Customer Demand is the Problem

    Small business owners say their main concern is weak customer demand, not regulations, according to independent opinion polling.  This and other results are based on a national survey of 500 small business owners, released by the American Sustainable Business Council, Main Street Alliance and Small Business Majority.

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