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BUSINESS | 1 Year Ago By Diana Adams
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In The Future Employees Will Be Replaced With Entrepreneurs [Chart]

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I remember a few months after the 9/11 terrorist attacks here in the States, a lot of companies reacted to the downturn in the economy by replacing employees with entrepreneurs. They had to cut costs, and one of a company’s highest expenses is labor. They got rid of some employees (which also got rid of benefits and other expenses related to employees) and replaced them with contract workers. According to some people, in the future, employees will be replaced by entrepreneurs even more.

According to Funders and Founders, the creators of this infographic called Everyone Will Become An Entrepreneur, this is the era of startups, and startups are in a unique position when it comes to employees. Offering an employee a stable job with benefits and a consistent salary requires stability. Most of the time, the partners in the startup aren’t even withdrawing a consistent salary. A startup is all about accepting risk and instability to chase a dream, which in a way goes against the stability required to hire employees.

Combine that with the fact that more and more companies want to work with entrepreneurs because they are typically dedicated, committed and passionate about what they do. That’s not to say that an employee isn’t – but an entrepreneur who is willing to work day and night to stay ahead of the competition might be a better use of resources than a full-time employee hired to do the job. Understanding these details further explains why employees will be replaced with entrepreneurs more frequently as time goes on.

The days of robotic employees showing up to work each day, half asleep, to do what they are told all day long and then leave at 5:00 are becoming a distant memory. Companies want more. They want innovation and creativity, and who can give them that more than the inspired freelancer who will do anything to keep the company happy? Assuming employees will be replaced with entrepreneurs, does that make you happy or not? I guess that depends on which side of this you sit. I hope you click over to the source site (linked above) to read the corresponding blog post that accompanies this chart. It’s a great read!

In The Future, Employees Will Be Replaced With Entrepreneurs

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Author: Diana Adams


Diana has a passion for blogging and has written over 4,000 articles on Bit Rebels. In addition to being a writer, she is a seasoned editor who also loves to sell online advertising in creative ways. You can usually find Diana working in her home office in Atlanta or sitting in the corner of a downtown Starbucks somewhere with her mobile devices in one hand and a Grande Caramel Macchiato in the other. She loves Star Wars, hot chicken wings, and nice people. You can reach Diana at adamsconsulting3@gmail.com

3 Comments

Quadrille

February 22nd, 2013

I don’t dispute much of what you say; but why do you call them entrepeneurs? It’s a total misuse of the word.

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Ric

February 22nd, 2013

Let’s get this straight, your average American will take a job with a startup because its a JOB! Not because they have an entrepreneurial spirit. Your average American is still seeking stability, security and routine.

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H. Boucher

April 7th, 2013

Over a hundred years ago, employers wanted employees who worked long hours, would do anything the boss wanted for low pay, had no benefits, no security, no life, and could be replaced by the next poor worker if they complained. Now you are saying that today employers will hire “entrepreneurs” who will work long hours, will do anything to please the boss (err “customer”) for low pay, have no benefits, no security, possibly no life and will be replaced by the next lower bidding “entrepreneur”. Do I get this right?

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