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Franchise: A Good Business for Returning Military

Many military personnel transition to civilian life every week.  Some have decided to retire after one or two enlistments, others after 20 years.  Still others retire after life service.  All face a key question: “What do I do now?”

The job market is difficult, and unemployment is still high.  Accepting a starting salary after 20 years in the military feels like a come-down.  A franchise may help you create an entirely new career. 

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The State Of The Franchise Economy In 2013

WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 – New data continues to show strong growth in the franchise industry with both jobs and overall franchise business conditions improving in August. The Franchise Business Index (FBI), an index of the economic health of the franchising industry, advanced 0.4 percent in August to 110.6 (Jan 2000=100), the International Franchise Association announced today. According to the ADP National Franchise Report (NFR), released today, the franchise industry created more than 16,000 jobs in August.

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5 Ways You Might be Undermining Your Authority

Sometimes the little things can make a big difference. For example, people who frequently use personal pronouns like "I" and "me" in small group interactions may be more viewed as more insecure than people who use more inclusive pronouns like "we" and "us," according to a new report published in the Journal of Language and Social Psychology. Those who focused on first-person language were perceived to be more concerned with themselves that with the needs of others.

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The Roots Of Franchising Took Hold In A Hair Salon Chain

It makes sense to begin a story about franchising and the hairstyling business by looking to Martha Matilda Harper, a servant living in Rochester, N.Y., in the late 19th century. In her spare time, she developed a special hair tonic. The tonic sold well. So she quit and opened a hair salon.

"The women just adored it," says Jane Plitt, a researcher and author of Martha Matilda Harper and the American Dream: How One Woman Changed the Face of Modern Business. "This was a time in 1888 when, usually, wealthy women had their hair dressed in the privacy of their home. But Martha was now doing it boldly in public, and there was a lot of buzz. It was the showcase."

Harper was an innovator. She invented the reclining shampoo chair — and she was a savvy marketer.

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