The American publication Forbes, recognized worldwide as one of the most important media in the financial sector, surprised its readers a few weeks ago by suggesting Multilevel Marketing as one of the most attractive work models for the younger generations.
In the midst of a transformation in the habits of production, trade and consumption of goods and services, thanks to the development of new technologies, people between 17 and 35 years of age are looking for new business models that allow them to attend to other areas of their personal, social or family life, beyond the work environment.
In that sense, entrepreneurship appears as an option to consider. However, Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) offers more flexible benefits with respect to other forms of employment.
Some of the advantages that make it such an attractive option are:
- It doesn’t impose limits based on age or gender.
- It is open to all types of users.
- It offers flexible schedules.
- It can become a stable source of income.
- It is considered a “low cost” business model.
Forbes pointed out that Generation Z, all those young people born between 1995 and 2001, have an entrepreneurial nature and seek to develop their business potential thanks to the technologies, such as social and entertainment networks.
Currently, Multilevel Marketing is an industry that has been strengthened after the medical crisis that the world experienced in 2020 and where distancing as a preventive measure forced people to transform their way of trading products and services.
Forbes assures that opting for this option allows young people to learn to manage their time and money, as well as to develop their social skills. And taking advantage of the opportunity provided by MLM Marketing, concludes the magazine, “can help you achieve your work and personal goals”.