Poll Shows Self-Employment Less Popular in Slovenia than EU
Brussels, 10 January - The share of people who would rather be self-employed than work for others is much lower in Slovenia than in other EU countries, the latest Eurobarometer survey shows. While the EU average is 37%, the share of Slovenians with entrepreneurship ambitions stands at only 28%.
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