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August 15, 2022
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Freelancers stimulate entrepreneurship levels, claims research

Freelancers actively promote entrepreneurship, claims research from Trinity Business School, suggesting that a 10 percent increase in freelancers within the workforce leads to a 1 percent increase in entrepreneurial activity in the economy. According to research from Professor Andrew Burke, Dean and Chair of Business Studies at Trinity Business School, alongside researchers from Cranfield School of Management, entrepreneurship levels are dependent on the availability of freelancers or independent contractors in the workforce. Having undertaken a global study, in which the researchers looked at the impact of independent contractors on entrepreneurial activity across 75 countries over the period of 2002 to…
Freelancers stimulate entrepreneurship levels, claims research

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