Israelis would rather be entrepreneurs than lawyers
מרץ 19, 2008. Noa Parag
45% say they would like to be partners in a start-up companyA survey by Geocartography Knowledge for start-up 1500.co.il found that 45% of Israelis want to be partners in a start-up compared with 8% who want to be partners in a law firm and 11.4% who want to be a partner in an accounting firm. The survey also found that half of the respondents would continue their regular daily lives after selling their start-ups.
The dream of being a partner in a start-up is especially prevalent among younger Israelis. 51% of respondents aged 18-34 cited this wish, compared with 36% of respondents aged over 55.