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44% of Pakistani prefer business over jobs. Prince Trust International reports

 Young Pakistani professionals are shifting their preferences for work in a big way. Pakistanis between 18 and 36 are more inclined to do business than pursue government or private jobs, according to a report by Prince Trust International. The report, by a London-based outfit dedicated to developing new skills in young Pakistani people, provides interesting findings of the youth in their country.  

Based upon the research conducted by the Prince Trust in their framework “Future of work”, 44% of people in Pakistan aged between 18 and 35 are looking forward to establishing their own business and focusing on its expansion. More than 40% of young people still prefer to work for the government. The third group of 37% wishes to work for a private organization that pays well.

54% of participants who want to start their own business come from Islamabad, according to the survey, which was conducted between 44% men and 43% women. In the survey, 90 percent of respondents gave consideration to key soft skills such as self-confidence, teamwork, and cooperation.

By bridging gaps, enhancing collaboration between all stakeholders (Government, the private sector), the new campaign proposes to bolster Pakistan’s burgeoning entrepreneur community.

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