For teenagers, or those in the murky not-yet-adult years of your early twenties, juggling class, friends, sports, and a handful of other commitments can be hard. And then there's work, because how are you going to fund everything else, right?
A bunch of bright teens are finding there's a way to do the 'part time job' that doesn't equate to working the deep-fryer, or tucking somene else's kids to bed.
Young people having benefited from launching their own business say there are a handful of benefits; no startup costs, independence, and the ability to market your company when you're sitting in a lecture, bar, or lying in bed.
And they're using the very thing they're criticised for using too much - social media - to drive their companies to success.
Jake Millar, who at 20 is behind two start-up companies, says it's "very cheap" these days to start a business.
"It can be really easy to get your product in front of your audience, if you're using the right tools," he says.
Jake's current project, Unfiltered, is a business education company aiming to "plant the seed of inspiration" through video interviews with world renowned business leaders.
He says social media has played a huge part in pushing these companies to success - this is where his primary audience is and costs for a sponsored Facebook ad or Instagram post are lower than tangible advertising platforms.
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