Recession Presents Unique Opportunities
It’s fall again, and as the leaves begin turning, it’s never been a better time to be a courier.
Meanwhile, many pundits seem to think that the recession is bottoming out, but that job growth looks grim for a long time.
They say it will be a “jobless recovery,” with few businesses taking on new employees. Obviously businesses are still guarding the bottom line and hesitant to hire on new employees.
As businesses continue tightening their belts, however, there remains an immediate opportunity for “non-employees.” If businesses can no longer turn to their workers to handle simple tasks like picking up mail or dropping off a bank deposit, they’ll have to turn to other businesses to get these things done.
This is where those who have the courage to take a risk have a great opportunity. By starting a small courier business, you can profit from this situation. The mail is still going to come, the deposits still need to get to the bank. And with fewer employees, these simple tasks get buried under ever-increasing workloads for employees.
Businesses love couriers right now. For a fraction of the cost of a new employee, couriers take the burden of small daily errands off of the businesses that they serve.
For those ready to take the leap, this opportunity is very real. Most people have everything they need to start fulfilling that need for businesses today. With little more than a car and a cell phone, those with initiative can create immediate positive cash flow to supplement their incomes or support themselves while they find a new start to a career.
We want to help you succeed. And while we can’t help you with your job hunt, but we can show you how to maximize your efforts and cashflow by taking advantage of a singular opportunity. Besides, wouldn’t it be nice to spend some time outside this fall?