Helping others while exuding the the entrepreneurial spirit has always been my dream living. I have always been surrounded by business-minded individuals and I’ve come to realize that working to progress someone else’s dream won’t benefit mine. I am 24 years old and I am currently the only person in my household who is employed. I’ve been employed by BNY Mellon for the last 4 years and I’ve noticed the ever increasing struggle people have with acquiring a job. My dream job would be to be the CEO of my own technology firm. Our focus would be on improving the current economic job status of the United States by allowing people to sell their talents and products while relieving the stress and legal paperwork of becoming an entrepreneur. One of the biggest difficulties people see with becoming an entrepreneur is the cost of starting up. I would devise a strategy that would remove the strain of start-up fees all at one time by breaking up the fees associated with LLCs, partnerships and corporations and incorporate them in a monthly payment plan so people could focus on their product and less on the rules that might initially deter them. I believe that this method could be a viable alternative to the current employment structure. Through entrepreneurship, others who take part in working with my company can build companies of their own and can employ their own employees, thus lowering the unemployment rate.