A Teen's Guide to Business: The Secrets to a Successful Enterprise

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MasterMedia Limited, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 157 pages
One of the hottest teen trends of the 90's is teenagers going to work and starting business--for themselves and others. Increasing numbers of the 27 million teens in the U.S. are getting jobs or becoming entrepreneurs because they: want money to spend on consumer good and dates.want greater financial security in these difficult times. like helping people and making a difference. want more control over their lives.know that is fun.

This action--oriented guide is filled with tips and interactive quizzes ranging from "Are you Ready To Be In Business?" to" The Right Business For You." whether you offer a product(including inventions) or service. There is an extensive list of resources

A Teen Guide to Business provides solid information on hoe to secceed in a user--friendly, illustrated format. Teens will learn how to look for jobs; dress and act at work; develop plans for starting their own business; create a better product or sservice; market/promote to the right audienc; be a good salesperson. This handbook also lists over50 opportunities on how you can build a business out of something you love.

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