January 19, 2015
Self-employment hasn’t managed to successfully lure away a great share of the unemployed population for only somewhere around 14percent of European workers choose this job option. The figures vary however, as you head further into Eastern Europe, whose workforce have possibly been spurred on by dire poverty and war-ravaged locales to go out and make something out of their lives. Technology advancements have impacted the labour markets in the region, so piecemeal choices of a new mode of work that are quite insecure or entrepreneurial in terms of innovation are being lauded upon, and that is not always a safe-option to bet on for the long haul for workers. As you grow older, in the United Kingdom, there is increasing likelihood that you will choose self-employment over those from the apprenticeship age bracket, that even though when it rises high, grows undependable.
Similarly, men are more likely to be self-employed than […]