If you ask the average person if they want to be an entrepreneur, they would probably say no, with thoughts of long hours with little money (at least to start). But the job market is changing. The days of just doing what you are told, working your hours and getting your paycheck are not as common as they once were. More and more, employers are looking for their employees to have entrepreneurial skills, such as flexibility, adaptability, creativity and the ability to think on your feet. Being entrepreneurial, in some form, will soon be more the norm.
Check out this great infographic from Anna Vital of Fundersandfounders.com which shows the relationship of entrepreneurship with traditional job types.