Career Learning for Adult Self-Sufficiency (CLASS)

Small Business and Self-employment as Income Mobility Mechanisms

Posted by Youth Services - On August 03, 2010 (EST)

This report developed by Bradley R. Schiller of Capitol Research, Inc on behalf of the Small Business Administration, extends the observation period for gauging income growth using the National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth (NLSY). It tracks employment and income experiences in a later phase of the typical work life and finds that relative income mobility continued to be the norm even as workers grew older and more experienced. A key specific finding is that the incidence and extent of mobility is higher for self-employed individuals than for paid employees.


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