Starting a business is a big step. It's a big decision to go solo or set up on your own, and it's certainly costly - or is it?
Here at New Millennia, we often discuss topics surrounding setting up your own recruitment agency, how to's, do's and don'ts and so on, to give as much honest assistance as we can to startups and small businesses. As our economy changes so swiftly, and erratically of late, the recruitment industry needs to react promptly to the economic changes we experience, for example, slow sector growth or rising and falling levels of unemployment. If you're looking to set up your own recruitment agency now, you need to know just how easy or challenging that job is going to be and what the obstacles you may have to face are likely to be.
Nurses are in high demand; in 2018 we're still experiencing the nursing shortage that we've been experiencing for years. Why is this? Well, one of the contributing factors is the population of the UK is living longer, we have an aging population presenting more illness and more disability and putting more pressure on our medical resources. Hospitals and care facilities are understaffed, so sourcing the well qualified staff needed to fill some of these positions is important in keeping our hospitals and care facilities going.
You've heard the stats, the stats that tell you that '75% of venture-backed startups fail' (Entrepreneur.com), so why would you think that you're going to succeed? If you're an entrepreneur or you have already begun your startup, you'll know the answer, yours will not be one of the 75%, your determination and drive is strong, and you have no reason to expect to fail.
A great number of millennials are now working for themselves, it is a trend we have seen growing over the past few years and it is continuing. This start up boom is not limited to this generation but they’re certainly making their mark on the start up scene.