Hello. I want to eventually run at least one (small) business. I have a BS in Business Administration, but a very thin work history for one in their late 20s. More specifically, if you equate my formal work hours into a full time 40 hours a week schedule, I don't think that it'd add up to a year, and a couple of those references aren't good since I quit them. The last formal, long term job was ~8 years ago. Between then and now, I completed most of my schooling and worked very part time informally (in exchange for room and board) for a small apartment complex a relative owns. A large part of my not picking up more regular work since deals with certain fears, but I'm trying to get over that, and I'm much more motivated to advance myself now than years ago.
Based on my goals and research, I want to get a variety of experiences within certain fields, if for any reason that small business owners usually have to cover many roles. I've read from several sources that just working for small businesses tends to provide this sort of variety, even when the job title implies otherwise. I could also get a variety of jobs part time or consecutively, on my own or via employment agency, that at least abstractly provide business management skills (e.g. customer service, administrative). So, considering that I'm educated but with a job history on par with a typical aged college student, what's the best way to get a level of consistent work in line with my goals:
* Obtain several part time jobs with small businesses.
* Work for one small business full time (would need a very good reason).
* Obtain several part time jobs that are abstractly related to entrepreneurship.
* Work abstractly related jobs full time, one at a time..
* Work one abstractly related job long term (again, would need very good reason).
* Get jobs through employment agency.
And how should I go about it? Thanks in advance.