Sham Martinez likes to be her own boss, as data shows higher rate of entrepreneurship in disability community

She is not alone, with recent data from the University of Technology Sydney suggesting people with disabilities have a much higher rate of self-employment or entrepreneurship (13.1 per cent) compared to the Australian average (9.2 per cent).

It means people like Ms Martinez are 43 per cent more likely to be self-employed than non-disabled Australians.

Nick McAllister
Saturday 1st July, 2023

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