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0 Stat. 2152 a Throughout this report, statistical significance is indicated by 4 and 5 digit fractions based on Chi-Square or means tests. 01, the indicator that the patterns would have occurred by chance less than 1% of the time. There has been much interest in the effect of family experiences on the decision to pursue a new firm start-up, and in both studies a number of questions were asked about the parents’ experiences with self-employment or business ownership. 2, 48% of the PSED I and 47% of the PSED II active nascents reported that their parents were not self-employed or a business owner.
2 Active nascent entrepreneurs: 1999 and 2005. few significant changes among the other age groups of men. The pattern among women of different ages is remarkably similar except for those 65–74 years of age. 6 per 100; there is also a drop among men of the same age, but it is more modest. A similar assessment can be used to consider the impact of ethnicity on the prevalence rate of active nascent entrepreneurs. 3. As can be seen, the differences for the two cohorts are relatively stable. For both PSED I and PSED II African American men and women are substantially higher than White men and women.
There is also considerable diversity in prior experience in the same industry, where women appear to report less experience than men. Employment experience is also quite diverse, with considerable variety in the size of the last employer as well as the closeness of the active nascent entrepreneur to the organizational decision-makers. The labor force activity at the time of the first detailed interview is quite diverse, with many individuals reporting multiple labor force activities. Most significant is that about two-thirds report full or part time work while they are actively engaged in creating a new firm.