One Person Businesses To Swell In United States
One-person businesses with no employees have become an important
part of the U.S. economy, and will increase in number over the next
decade. The growth will be driven by shifts in larger company
employee practices and changes in technology, according to the
Intuit Corporation (maker of TurboTax and QuickBooks) and the
Institute For The Future.
The report foresees a new breed of entrepreneur emerging.
Entrepreneurs will no longer come predominantly from the middle of
the age spectrum, but instead from the edges. People nearing
retirement and their children just entering the job market will
become the most entrepreneurial ever.