Students encouraged to consider entrepreneurship as career option

Speaking recently at the commission’s education fund ‘Meet and Greet’, at the Mona Visitors’ Lodge on August 28, Green told the students to “study not to only become an employee, but to also try to become an employer”.

“If you want real wealth, it’s [all] about the business plan that you have crafted — work out a way to solve a problem that can be monetised,” he advised. Green commended the BGLC for the initiative, noting that so many young people are prevented from actualising their full potential due to lack of funds.

“The only way we will move Jamaica forward is by investing in our people; and the greatest investment is providing the opportunity for persons to fulfill their greatest potential,” he said. Speaking recently at the commission’s education fund ‘Meet and Greet’, at the Mona Visitors’ Lodge on August 28, Green told the students to “study not to only become an employee, but to also try to become an employer”.

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