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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 4 / 2022 (633), Winter

Transitions into self-employment in European Union and Israel: Field study

Tel Hai Academic College, Israel

Abstract. Self-employment is an employment in which the person's income comes from his independent business activity. Self-employed manage his own business or acts in a legal association. Despite the greater economic risk associated with the independent status, many choose to do so for a living. In thus study we want to learn if the self-employed has more opportunities to earn than an employee, although his job depends on his skills to develop the occupation in which he chose to earn a living, and on the market conditions in which he operates, and all of this will be examined in the Israeli and European context.

Keywords: labor market, self-employment, Covid-19, Israel, Europe.

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