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Entrepreneurs are important to the economy because they literally generate wealth. Existing companies can only redistribute the wealth and resources the company already has. By starting a new company, an entrepreneur int...

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Online business information sites such as Entrepreneur.com provide a list of low-cost business franchise ideas for entrepreneurs interested in existing businesses. Entrepreneur and Harvard Business Review feature tips fo...

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As of 2013, the average money an entrepreneur make in a year is $68,000, as stated by Fox Business. Typically, the amount will vary from one person to another due to the different types of businesses that people start. S...

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As of June 2015, the three richest men in the world are Bill Gates, Carlos Slim Helu and Warren Buffet, with each of these three individuals owning personal wealth exceeding $70 billion. Some other very wealthy individua...

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Recession-proof jobs are jobs that are still in demand when the economy is suffering from a recession and the unemployment rate is high. They are service-oriented positions for which employees are not easily replaced, su...

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