The Majority of Solopreneurs are Female, New Study by Leapmesh

54.40% of solopreneurs are female and 45.6% are male.

SINGAPORE, Feb. 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Majority of Solopreneurs are Female, according to a new study by Leapmesh.

Solopreneurship is on the rise, and this study surveyed key aspects influencing those choosing to make a living independently. 

Young adults are embracing solopreneurship: Young adults are increasingly taking their career into their own hands, with 14.8% of solopreneurs falling within the 18-24 age range. This is indicative of a growing trend towards entrepreneurship among young people today.

Driven by a desire for greater control over their lives: On average, 34.35% cite having more freedom while 22.58% seek higher income potential from their endeavors; passion is another leading driver at 22.01%.

Product sales is the most popular income source: Solopreneurs are increasingly turning to selling products for a reliable source of income, with 29.54% relying on this method. Other popular sources include consulting/professional services (20.33%) and monetized advertisements or content (16.26%).

A majority of solopreneurs have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher: Solopreneurs demonstrate strong educational background, with more than half of them holding a Bachelor’s Degree or above.

Earning $100k to $300k as a solopreneur:  1 out 5 solopreneurs are earning between $100k to $300k annually without additional help from freelancers or part-timers.

Solopreneurs feel isolated in their work:  Despite being their own boss and having full autonomy, solopreneurs often experience difficulties with loneliness; around 13.13% reported feeling isolated in their work. 

Complete Study Results: link

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