Recruiting Franchise Opportunity Blog

Changing Careers: 4 Ways to Give Fear the Boot

Posted July 24th, 2013

If you’re like most people faced with a job search or career transition, you’re suffering from metathesiophobia. Simply put, that’s fear of change. If you give in to this fear and let it affect your planning and actions, then you’re not only battling external economic and workplace conditions,…

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Career Change: Get a New Job? 8 Reasons to Invest in Yourself Instead

Posted June 13th, 2013

If you’re a management-level executive who’s recently been down-sized in mid-career, here are some things to think about before putting all of your efforts into finding another job – especially if you’re open to a career change. Being in the executive recruiting franchise business puts us in the…

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A Franchise Business Can be a Family Affair

Posted May 30th, 2013

A recent New York Times article reported on an ‘emerging trend’: parents and children buying and operating a franchise business together. The increase in family or multigenerational ownership is a result of the tough job market for both recent college grads and middle-age executives. Here at FPC,…

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Changing Careers: Connect with your Inner Entrepreneur

Posted May 23rd, 2013

If you’re like many of our successful FPC executive recruiting franchise owners who came from the corporate world, you’ve considered changing careers. You have also thought about going into your own business. However, like these owners, you may be concerned that you don’t have what it takes to work…

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Buying a Franchise: What’s Your Franchise Personality?

Posted May 16th, 2013

  One critical service that executive recruiters perform for both companies and the executives they place is to help assure that there is a good fit. In addition to matching skills, experience and education to job requirements, it’s equally important to match personal qualities to corporate…

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Your Midlife Career Change: A Surprising Option

Posted May 6th, 2013

In contrast to what many executives in their 40s and 50s may think, a midlife career change can be an exciting opportunity. But, like any change, it can seem harrowing, especially if it imposes a direct impact on your lifestyle and financial stability. If any of the points below describe you,…

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