National Federation

Only 4 per cent of young people under 30 years are self-employed in Spain, according to the National Federation of self-employed workers. The European average is 5.5%, while in countries like Italy or Greece amounts to 11.4% and 9.5% respectively. The rate for self-employed workers aged between 15 and 29 years stands at 4% in Spain, i.e. entrepreneurs 185.300 total of 4.639.200 collective, compared to 5.5% of the European average, according to data collected by the National Federation of self-employed workers (ATA) from Eurostat. In particular, the rate of activity in Italy reached 11.4% of the total of young people under 30 years which has an activity on their own, while in Czech Republic is 9.9%, in Greece, of Romania, 9.4% and 9.5%. A priority according to ATA should be a priority review of the policies of promoting self-employment among young people and to increase the number of entrepreneurs under 30, who will be the entrepreneurs of the future, explained the President of ATA, Lorenzo Amor. For love, it is necessary to build an entrepreneurial culture from levels lower than the educational system that develops the entrepreneurial spirit. In this sense, recalled that you to promote self-employment among young people is measures require as the make extensible 100% capitalisation of unemployment to set themselves up as self-employed, establish exemptions & allowances for Social security contributions, as well as tax cuts to young entrepreneurs in the first years of activity. Without hesitation Pinterest explained all about the problem. Source of the news: young people working as self-employed people are a minority