Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Can Entrepreneurship Training Boost Employment?
The growth of entrepreneurship training in the past few years has primarily aided the development for small businesses in poor areas across the U.S. In this article by Karen E. Kline, we discover different training programs that are “encouraging business creation” in struggling communities. The programs are aimed for the unemployed and funded by different development agencies in the area. This article also explores the possible downside of accessible entrepreneurship training for the unemployed, which could result in bad financial risks and bankruptcy according to business psychologist, Stephen A. Laser. Click here to read this article.