Self employment starts at 40

Posted on 14 Dec 2016
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 Self-employment starts at 40

The average age for setting up a small business is 40, according to a study by workplace pensions provider NOW. The poll found that 58% of those starting a business were aged 35 to 44, against 15% aged over 65. One in five (18%) of 35 to 44-year-olds disliked their previous jobs and 44% wanted a better work-life balance. Just 25% of those currently aged 65 to 74 opted for self-employment for a better work-life balance.

Source:   The Mail on Sunday (05/06/2016)

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