Introduction to Employee V/s Entrepreneur
Employee V/s Entrepreneur. You must have listened to both words. Moreover, Entrepreneurship has become quite popular over the past years. Instead of working as an employee, many people want to start their own business. You may have also listened to your parents, relatives, or people saying to have a secure job. What is right? Should we choose a job and feel secure in our life because entrepreneurship, starting your own business is very risky. While being an entrepreneur can have many important advantages, there are also some issues related to it. Till now you were confused between job and entrepreneurship but after reading this article you will be cleared and you will make a decision on your own, what to do? Because I know both worlds and give you all the pros and cons of employee v/s entrepreneur in the following article.
In today’s world, people are very much confused about what to do. Should they take some risk and leave their 9-5 job, or should they build a business with their job? Should people who have their own business also close it? There are unlimited questions like this, but that all questions will be solved as today you will learn the pros and cons of entrepreneurship, job, and shifting from job to entrepreneur. First, let’s see what are the conventional concepts and things which we have been taught till now about employee v/s entrepreneur.
What have we been taught about jobs and entrepreneurship?
Generally, in most families, we have been taught about having a secured job. The thing which most parents want their children to have is a secured job. But according to the conference board, 53% of Americans are currently unhappy at their job. Then why do they say so? To let their children be unhappy? So we have to choose entrepreneurship right?
But According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data, shows that approximately 20% of new businesses fail during the first two years of being open, 45% during the first five years, and 65% during the first 10 years. Only 25% of new businesses make it to 15 years or more. We can say that 90% of startups fail. This clearly means there is a lot of risk in entrepreneurship than a job. Because we get at least job security and we get a paycheck every month in the job.