Entrepreneurship Quizzes: 12 Easy Tests to Help You Become Successfully Self-Employed Paperback – Apr 30 2012
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Finance competition for jobs and high unemployment rates have prompted a surge in self-employment. People are tired of waiting for an employer to hire them. They're sick of waiting for good jobs to become available. And so they're becoming increasingly interested in entrepreneurship, which can be a lucrative alternative to traditional employment.
For those wondering whether they're ready to launch their own businesses or looking for guidance in the start-up process, a wealth of advice is offered in Entrepreneurship Quizzes, written by one of the US's leading developers of career assessments. This book provides 12 self-assessements designed to help readers explore their interests and preferences, values, and other personal characteristics, and then apply those characteristics to their businesses.
This book takes readers through a four-step self-reflection process, assessing readiness, determining a business type, overcoming barriers, and maintaining momentum, designed to help them find their own paths to self-employment success. The appendix includes an extensive list of self-employment resources.
About the Author
John Liptak, has written several books and best-selling assessments for JIST. He is one of the leading developers of quantitative and qualitative assessments in the U.S. and is the associate director of the Experiential Learning and Career Development office at Radford University in Radford, Virginia.
Liptak provides career assessment and career counselling services for students. He also helps them develop portfolios and search for employment and internship opportunities that match their interests and values. He focuses on teaching students about the connections between career development and learning, leisure, and work experiences.