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Looking to remain in the professional sector, but want to go it alone? More and more Brits are taking the plunge and going self-employed so why not join them? Here are some business ideas which would allow you to work for yourself.
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Having worked in several industries in various roles, the exposure and knowledge gained during these years has allowed Sarah Liddle to set up her own virtual assistant (VA) business, The Lady in the Shed, from her smallholding on the Staffordshire-Derbyshire border.
Having worked all her life, Sarah came to the realisation that she had nothing to lose by going self-employed.
With a recent survey revealing that 11% of the British population plan to start their own business in 2018 stating a better work-life balance and wanting to choose the type of work they do being the driving forces behind this, we hear from PR consultant and journalist Megan Allen what it’s like going self-employed.