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No Jobs Mean Rise in Self-employment: Workers Spurning Potential Employers to Work for Themselves

Statistics Canada (statscan.gc.ca) reported that 36,000 Canadians had become newly self-employed and that Americans had apparently not followed suit because of the lack of health care benefits among other factors. (The Globe and Mail reported the figure as 37,000). Anyway, it’s higher than at any time on record. Economists like Douglas Porter of BMO Nesbitt Read more about No Jobs Mean Rise in Self-employment: Workers Spurning Potential Employers to Work for Themselves[…]