Those of you who haven’t taken the plunge and become full time entrepreneurs will appreciate David St Lawrence’s advice about escaping from a dead end job:
In almost every job, there comes that moment of dreadful clarity when you finally realize that your employers have no intention of providing adequate compensation for your efforts on their behalf. They may be perfectly willing to shower you with attaboys, but steadily maintain that business conditions prevent them from giving you any raises.
You realize that the long days, the late nighters, and the sacrificed holidays with your family were all for nothing. This is such a catastrophic letdown that your normally ebulent/hopeful/cynical mood (choose one) can change to chronic apathy. Read on, because there is a way out of this apparent dead end.