Do You Fit the Mold of a Typical Self-Employed Worker?

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 15 million workers were considered self-employed in 2015. That’s 10 percent of the American workforce. Experts believe these numbers will jump to 42 million and 33 percent by the year 2020.

These jobs include Etsy sellers, restaurant owners, pest control companies, and so much more. They’re family businesses, hobbyists who have successfully turned their passions into pursuits, and entrepreneurs who simply find it difficult to work for someone else. Every business owner is unique — just like their business — but there are a few common traits that set them apart from the millions of employees who chose not to work for themselves.

Do you fit the mold? Do you have what it takes to be self-employed? Find out!

 

Do you have what it takes? You might be among the millions of employees who make the switch to self-employment within the next few years. Here’s everything you need to know about making the switch.

Don’t fit the mold? That doesn’t mean you can’t be a successful self-employed worker. And if you’re thinking about making the switch, these entrepreneurs have some advice. Their top tip: Just go for it!

Surprised by your result?
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1 Comment

  1. Marila Marrero says:

    Nice to know I can work as Self-Employed. Thanks Tsheets!!

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