If you’re older and can’t find work, why not create your own job? This is “LifeCycles” with Laurie Edwards-Tate, At Your Home Familycare.

It’s a myth that older people don’t make good entrepreneurs. A Duke University study found that the average founder of a high-tech business is in their late 40s. Another study shows that company founders over age 55 have twice the chance of succeeding as founders under age 35. Older entrepreneurs often focus best on services, complex technology and the business-to-business world. The time may be right for you to build your own company and put your experience, skills, contacts and good judgment to work!

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