Is Working Remotely Bad for Your Health?
But it’s important to differentiate between what researchers term “necessity” self-employment and “opportunity” self-employment. “Necessity self-employeds are people who lost a job, scrambled, and became self-employed to make a living,” says Irvin Schonfeld, a professor of psychology at City College of New York and The Graduate Center, CUNY. On the other hand, “opportunity” self-employed individuals are those who made the choice to leave their traditional workplace gigs, he says.
Submitted on: JUL 9, 2018
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