Everyone is up in arms about the economy. A constant topic of conversation, it has affected nearly every sector, every worker…seemingly every corner of the universe. At some point, it seemed that the surefire way to avoid being laid off was to become an entrepreneur. After all, an entrepreneur charts her own course, determines her own future and makes her own rules. If the business is successful, she’ll make money, enjoy all the rewards and become known as an expert in her marketplace. Entrepreneurship is also good, overall, for the entire business world.
But what about the entrepreneurs who were in launch mode when the economic crash hit? These savvy business people certainly aren’t enjoying the same perks as, say, 10 to 20 years ago when it was easier to get credit and consumers were spending money rather than squirreling it away. Nevertheless, economic indicators point to light at the end of the tunnel.
Read more at the Wall Street Journal.