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autoempleo

Module by: Ignacio Alonso. E-mail the author

Summary: Introducción al autoempleo

AUTOEMPLEO

Tanto por voluntad propia, como obligados por las necesidades de encontrar empleo, muchos profesionales optan por trabajar por su cuenta, o lo que es lo mismo, ser autónomos. Unos, porque se ven con la capacidad suficiente como para no trabajar como asalariados; otros, porque deciden hacer uso de la indemnización de su despido para invertir en su propia actividad; y otros, porque toman la opción de hacerse “autónomos”, trabajando por cuenta propia.

Son muchos los que no ven una posible salida a esta opción y se echan atrás antes de tiempo, debido, fundamentalmente, a que ven muchos impedimentos para montar un negocio por su cuenta. Por ejemplo:

  • Motivos económicos.
  • Riesgo de pérdidas económicas.
  • Falta de experiencia.
  • Poca confianza en la obtención de buenos resultados.
  • Temor a afrontar una situación totalmente nueva, donde eres tú mismo quien debes tomar las decisiones.

Sin embargo, son muchas las ayudas con las que puedes contar para lanzarte al mundo empresarial (cámaras de comercio, asociaciones de emprendedores, subvenciones públicas, etc.).

Si decides optar por el autoempleo, lo primero que has de realizar es un Proyecto de Emprendeduría realista. A continuación te presentamos una serie de indicaciones que pueden serte de ayuda en esta andadura como empresario.  

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