Am I unemployable?

Have you ever asked yourself, “ Am I unemployable ?” You put in your CV to multiple companies but still no luck in the job market

The usual replies are usually, too old, over qualified, under qualified, no experience, lack of qualifications, and the list goes on. At the same time you have a wife or partner at home complaining that you should get yourself out there and find yourself a job, because Christmas or another important event is coming and money is needed.

The main problem is that you have become psychologically unemployable

The fact is years have gone by and during that time you have been treading water and waiting for the weekend in a dead-end job that had become comfortable if not boring, but enough money to keep the wife and kids off your back. The reality is it was a job you endured but now it’s gone and finding another job has become more difficult than you originally thought.

So you say to yourself again, “Am I really unemployable?” the truth is something you already knew unemployable people do not see themselves as unemployable, they see their situation as a gender, ageist or societal issue which they unfortunately feel it is not their fault. Maybe, it is not their fault and maybe the changing role of employment in society has made it more difficult for the job seeker to react fast enough when they find themselves out of work. However, that does not mean that one needs to sit and wait for a solution to full in one’s lap!

  • The first step towards breaking out of the unemployable mindset is to understand that one is unemployable and only then can one move forward towards a happier and more successful future.
  • The next step is to ask oneself “what do I need to do to stop myself from being one of the unemployable?”
  • The final step is to act on my findings!

So, what does that mean? I can hear you ask, being unemployable does not mean that you are unable to work, so if you are able to work you can easily work for yourself.

Unemployable people are entrepreneurs

The entrepreneurs are just unemployable people who employ themselves to achieve their personal and financial goals by running a business of one form or another.  But what do you do next? Understandably you may not have thousands of dollars to start your own business and if you have been out of work for a while the banks may not be too willing to loan you money to start a new business.

There is really only one solution for being unemployable and that is considering a home based business.

Why should I start a home based business?

  • Firstly, they are relatively easy to start
  • Secondly the startup cost is low
  • And finally age, gender or level of education / experience is not an issue

If you are interested in knowing more about being an entrepreneur and starting your own home based business – Click here and end ones and for all your psychologically unemployable.

Author: travmies

My name is Steven Jackson and for the last few years I have been enjoying my journey with Doterra, even though my journey has not always been simply or straight forward, it have become the experience of a life time. More details: I have had been involved with MLM and network marketing for some years so I believed in the concept of making money from home and had been enjoying a reasonable income from other companies, however I was looking for something new, something that would exist and inspire me to greater things. As an Entrepreneur, network marketer and online marketer ticks all the boxes for me and gives me the financial freedom and the global independence I have always desired, which allows me to choose where and how I live.

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