Personal Business Advisors Find Baby Boomers Suffering with Millennials

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The problems Millennials face impact their parents financially, socially, and emotionally. Personal Business Advisors, LLC launched a new division called Personal Business Advisors Millennials to help ease the Millennial strain on Baby Boomers.

Forty eight percent of employed college graduates work in jobs that do not require a four-year degree.

Personal Business Advisors, LLC which has solely focused on helping Senior Level Executives in a tough job market, has expanded its scope to offer new solutions for Millennial high school graduates, college graduates and young employees, identify and secure alternative five- and six-figure income alternatives to traditional employment.

Personal Business Advisors, LLC recognizes the challenge of a changing global work force and the difficulties it presents for the Millennial generation, which faces the highest unemployment and underemployment (50+%) combined with historically highest student debt ($1.2 Trillion in the U.S.). Debt which is not always shouldered exclusively by the student, but their parents as well.

Only 6 in 10 Millennials have jobs, half are part-time. Forty eight percent of employed college graduates work in jobs that do not require a four-year degree.

Millennials are the most educated generation in American history with over 63% having a Bachelor’s Degree.

The class of 2015 graduated with an average of $35,051 in student debt and 1 in 4 student loan borrowers either are in delinquency or have already defaulted on their student loans, according the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Personal Business Advisors is providing viable alternatives to these Millennials, which often has become critical to their and their family’s financial survival and well-being.

“There are currently more than 35 Million Millennial college graduates in the US, with another 21.4 Million college students in college right now, plus another 1 Billion graduates overseas, competing for the same jobs. With the increasing number of college graduates in this country and overseas and the inability of the job market to provide sufficient jobs to match that supply, it has become much tougher for Millennials to find a lucrative career in corporate America. Many of them decide to start their own business, so they can be in charge of their own destiny, just as their parents have. We have recognized the need for a new viable approach and solutions to help bridge that gap,” says Uwe Brettmann, Chairman and CEO of Personal Business Advisors “and started a new Division, which can provide relief to the Baby Boomer Generation that share educational debt along with their children."

“Personal Business Advisors is helping Millennials by offering a vast network resources and education at no charge. The program assists potential executives in pinpointing lucrative business ventures that will work to their advantage.”

Brettmann fully supports this initiative, with an executive team of some 250 Senior Advisors who provide the guidance and advice Millennials need to create and run thriving small businesses.
“The world now depends more on entrepreneurs and small business owners than ever before,” says Brettmann.

Millennials use Personal Business Advisors’ entrepreneurial program to find and assess these opportunities, hone and leverage their skills and strengths to expand and redesign their future. With over 250 offices throughout North America and partnerships in Canada, Spain, Mexico, Singapore and the U.K., Personal Business Advisors leads the industry in providing alternatives to traditional employment.

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