How do I approach this situation?
Hi. I own and run a small corner shop, convenience store. It is not making enough money and I wish to find a job. The trouble is that I have owned this shop for a couple of years and I have not worked for anynone else. I am 32 years old and am worried that I may have a hard time finding a job in retail. I have a degree from another country and am unsure if I should start looking for a job. I did gain a fair bit of experience in the convenience sector as a shop owner in Australia. Please advice.
Asked By: Joe - 8/29/2012
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1. Find a handful of potential locations for your corner store. If any of the locations haven't been zoned for commercial use, verify that they can be. Generally, it will be much cheaper to simply move into an old shop. However, that may not be an option. Then spend time studying each locale, including foot and car... More
Answered By: Andrew Strauss - 8/29/2012
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Its simple just pleave you self and others will pleave you since you have degree and experience you almost have 90% the average of getting the work just look empty position and do what requirement that is it
Answered By: som na - 8/29/2012
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