Is there really such a thing as a sure thing?

Is there really such a thing as a sure thing?

In a time where many of us of are concerned about the amount of available positions to apply for if we are looking for a job, wouldn’t you like to be in a field that will be ADDING jobs over the next decade? Of all industry sectors, healthcare jobs will grow the fastest, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said yesterday. In fact, healthcare and social assistance will see an increase of 5.6 million jobs over the next decade. Now, just to make this picture look even better, wouldn’t you like to have a job in a field that is seeing such huge increases in the next decade and know that you’ll never lose your job? No one’s job is a sure thing. Or is it?

How many of us go to work every day? Probably the majority of us. How many of you commute to work? Again, probably most. If you really think about it, how many of our jobs are a sure thing?

You’ll never be fired, laid off or “forced” to retire? Hmmm…..the number gets dramatically smaller, doesn’t it. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Imagine working from home (or anywhere else you want) for as little or as long as you desire.

One of the best things about working with Xpress Healthcare is that I have a position in an industry that will see an increase of 5.6 MILLION jobs over the next 10 years. That’s big! Even better than that is the fact that I can’t be terminated “without cause” which is HUGE! There are so many people that I know that are worried about the status of their positions. Companies are downsizing in an attempt to increase profits. More companies are choosing NOT to fill positions that are open to try to get as much productivity from their current employees without adding the costs of paying additional employees. Add to that the fact that increases in salaries just aren’t as much as they used to be. How many of you can tell the boss how much you want to be making and then begin receiving that amount? So, what do you do?

You can make the decision to be more in control of your own financial future. Take a look at what Xpress Healthcare has to offer. I think that you’ll be more than pleasantly surprised by the benefits of having your own business that produces residual income. No one is saying to go out and quit your job right now (unless that’s what you want to do) but I would suggest working with Xpress Healthcare on a part time basis and see what your potential will be with us. You’ll be the one to decide how much money you want to make and you’ll be the one making that happen. No one will be telling you what to do except YOU! Plus you’ll receive all the benefits of our Xclusive Plan and that means more savings in your pocket.

In a world with very few sure things except death and taxes, isn’t it nice to know that you can add one more thing to the list?