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Inquiries from your business group increase in 2022

Your business group is experiencing a high number of inquiries as people quit their jobs or seek secondary hustle in 2022.

A London-based Digital Business Building website has seen a surge in inquiries with an unprecedented number of people resigning from their jobs in 2021 and 2022. This is being dubbed “The Great Resignation” across the world.

Since the start of 2021, YBG has seen a 25% increase in inquiries from people looking to quit their jobs and start online businesses. This particularly concerns people between the ages of 25 and 55.

YBG Founders Jey Jeynathan and Mat Bullock talked about why they think this trend is happening and how people are looking for better opportunities,

“Over the past 24 months, many people have reassessed their life and work situation. I think a lot of people have realized that they don’t want to spend their life working hard to make someone else rich. This prompted people to change their situation. ”

Similarly, Jey & Mat have also identified a growing trend among the digital generation to start their own business. They commented,

“A lot of people are tech-savvy and with the massive increase in the cost of living, they’re realizing the potential of running their own digital business boom online.”

This trend of people quitting their jobs is happening around the world with a Microsoft survey of 30,000 people showing that 41% were considering quitting or changing careers in January. In March 2022, figures showed that 4.3 million people left their jobs in January in the United States.

In 2021, a record number of nearly 48 million people left their jobs in the United States. This trend is dubbed the “great resignation”. In the UK, a survey conducted suggested that a third of staff were planning to change jobs in 2022. In Australia, one in five people left their jobs in 2021.

YBG co-founder Mat Bullock speculated on other reasons people quit their jobs saying people are unhappy at work, “unhappy with their job, their boss, the addiction to regard to a wage (or a wage-slave as I called it) and the risk of redundancy.’

Jey Jeyanathan has described how he quit the rat race years ago and now wants to help others. He “decided to create a central resource of proven internet business models (cleaning agency, virtual assistant business, and digital marketing agencies) to help others wanting to embark on the same journey.” By building his own online businesses, Jey found freedom away from the 9-to-5 grind,

“The biggest change would be the freedom of time. I would rank this above financial freedom. I am free to drive every day as I see fit. I don’t have a boss chasing me or waiting for me at the office.

They also noticed the freedom of workplace, “I can choose to work from home, in the office or in the cafe or not at all, spending time at home with the family”, commented Mat.

For all budding entrepreneurs who want to leave the rat race and start their own business, Jey & Mat’s advice is “Go for it”. You will never look back.

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