Self-employment analysis is a document representing the analytic findings of self-employment. It portrays the trends and developmental patterns of self-employment and provides an outline of the vulnerabilities of adopting a decision in favour or in disfavour of it. Thus it must be prepared with sufficient background knowledge of the system.
Sample Self-Employment Analysis
Name of the institution: US Bureau of Labour Statistics
Name of the team members: Pamela Gregory, Heidi Plum, Brooke Shields and Scarlet Jolie.
Date of submission of report: 7th January, 2011
Number of employees surveyed: 2000
Age group of employees: 20 to 40 years
Nature of analysis: The result stems from statistical observation of the database derived from the employees over 2 months. Thus the analysis is mainly quantitative with qualitative interpretations given wherever it was plausible.
- About 2, 400 people are into jobs manned by themselves without the help of an employer.
- Self-employed businesses account for about 80% of the US economy.
- The revenues earned by the government are more than $960 million on an average from self-employment taxes and duties.
- The industries growing in rapid succession are mainly online service providing business, salon businesses, fashion boutiques, hotel chains and contract business works all amounting to the development of the framework of self-employment.
- More aged workers are inclined to take up self-employment after the completion of a certain age, the reason being ample money to fund a business and freedom from shackles of job and other pressures.
- The number of self-employed women rose from 10% to 15%.
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