Job security is one factor in the work force that a lot of people are concerned about. Although the dream of most employees is to own a company at some point after gathering enough resources needed to stand on their own. However, there’s this fear of becoming unemployed all over again, should the business fail to pan out as planned.
In this episode of Analyse This, Honey Ogundeyi and Tunji Andrews discuss transitioning from working a 9-5 job to becoming an entrepreneur.
While some people think it is more reputable to run a personal business using the experiences gathered from other companies, some others feel safer working for someone. The question is… “is it really safer to be a 9-5 Worker?”
There’s this argument that it is better to work for someone first before delving into a personal business. It is not as easy as it sounds though. How long should one stay employed before being self-employed? What are the pitfalls of switching roles (staff to boss) prematurely? How easy is it to be self-employed and still be a 9-5 Worker (entrepreneurial staff)?
Watch this educating episode of Analyse This on Ndani TV.