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Why 83% of Indian Employees Want to Be Entrepreneurs?

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India has become an emerging market for global investors and entrepreneurship is majorly contributing to the country's economy: Indians are increasingly becoming ambitious about entrepreneurship, if a recent study is to be considered, which says more and more employees here are seriously thinking of leaving their jobs to start their own businesses. The Indian average is more than any other country.The survey by Dutch multinational human consulting firm Randstad Workmonitor stated that 83 per cent of Indian workforce would like to be entrepreneurs, much higher than the global average of 53 per cent. It also revealed that the inclination towards entrepreneurship is highest among workers aged between 25 and 34 years. Why are Our Youths Inclined Towards Entrepreneurship?   The attraction of Indian youth towards entrepreneurship and startups has been fostered by India's current scenario and the Government of India’s promotional schemes. According to industry stalwarts, India has become an emerging market for global investors and entrepreneurship is majorly contributing to the country’s economy. Paul Dupuis, MD and CEO of Randstad India said, “A stable business environment, market-oriented reforms like raising of FDI caps, implementation of GST, and key initiatives like Make in India and Digital India are encouraging aspiring and ambitious Indians.” Entrepreneur India talked to

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