In July 2013, the Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation Report indicated that 144,285,000 people had jobs. Contrast that with the July 2007 report that showed 146,110,000 were employed. During that period, more than five million people entered the labor force. It’s painfully obvious that job growth has failed to keep pace with population growth. This phenomenon is not limited to the United States; the global population faces high unemployment. The solution is entrepreneurship; however, not everyone has the resources, knowledge, or tools to plan a large-scale business. Micro businesses, those with 10 or less employees, will fill the gap.
This is why I'm currently writing the Micro Business Strategy Guide.