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July 4, 2022
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Self-employed sector undermined and diminished by events of 2020

New research from IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed, claims that the number of solo self-employed people in the UK has fallen by 5 per cent compared to last year. The total number of solo self-employed (excluding those who have others working for them) has fallen from 4.6 million in 2019 to 4.4 million. Until now the sector had been growing continuously for 11 years – by a total of 40 per cent.   The decline has been uneven across the self-employed landscape, with the sharpest falls among 18-29-year-olds (-11 percent), less highly skilled male self-employed (-11…
Self-employed sector undermined and diminished by events of 2020

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