When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Self EmployedBy
This recession is producing more than its share of budding entrepreneurs. Since last July, when the downturn started, the ranks of self-employed have swelled by some 240,000 people. Now, 8.97 million--almost 7.7% of all workers--are their own bosses, the highest level in 25 years.
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