College Students Find Niche in Network Marketing Career

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The current economic conditions, recent corporate layoffs and a rising uncertainty about their career path is driving increasing numbers of college students into their own entrepreneurial investments. Many students are finding a level of control over their future by starting home-based network marketing businesses while remaining full-time students.

The economic downfall of recent corporate layoffs and closings only adds fuel to the sweltering flames of the American unemployment rate; forcing thousands of college graduates looking for full-time employment in a professional career, to be detained by part-time work or relocating out of state. Yet, the emerging success of millions of Americans and a significant rising number of college students has been driven by individual investment in their own entrepreneurial egg.

John Murphy a 22-year-old business major at Purdue University began taking precautionary steps to ensure his future by enrolling in the Leaders Club network marketing training program and has created a solid network marketing career and the ultimate safe-haven for his financial future.

While many of his peers viewed being a successful entrepreneur at such a young age as inconceivable, an option that could only be ascertained after years of experience and lateral climbing in the corporate world, Murphy had dabbled in sales and other entrepreneurial options before; he knew that with a little support and guidance, it was possible.

Murphy found that there are resources that can help guide the young and ambitious to success regardless of prior experience.

Murphy said he discovered that the Leaders Club program is comprised of unique tools that made him successful and enabled him to remain a full-time student while building his future in network marketing.

“Leaders Club supplied a strong support system including unlimited information, training audio’s, support and educational tools,” said Murphy.

Murphy and some of his peers are also keeping up on economic trends and taking the facts into consideration: Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the national unemployment rate average at 4.9 percent; rising to 792,000 salaried and private wage-worker with experience who were listed as unemployed in 2005.

With major employers such as Delta Air Lines who were forced to obliterate thousands of jobs last month, and the Ford Motor Company who released that it would be closing its Batavia transmission plant in 2008 and cutting 1,745 jobs, it is no wonder that entrepreneurial investment with support from companies like Leaders Club is next generation’s wave of the future.

About Leaders Club: Located in New Albany, OH, Leaders Club has provided market tested training resources, personal business coaching and sales leads to numerous multimillion-dollar network marketing organizations and individual marketers for over a decade. Leaders Club boasts the largest, most comprehensive audio training library specifically created for the network marketing industry with over 350 hours of podcast/streaming audio.

For more information about Leaders Club or to hear a full-length podcast interview with John Murphy visit:

To receive a free training audio CD from John Murphy visit his site at

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