Study: Corporations are overlooking the self-employed

Job seekers who have been recently self-employed are less likely to be considered for a corporate job, according to research from three European universities. "Having previously been self-employed is in itself a negative signal on the job market. The choice to become an entrepreneur can result in an involuntary lock-in, a factor that should be taken into account in planning one's future career," according to the researchers.

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