Becoming an entrepreneur takes hard work. For some, becoming an entrepreneur means leaving their job and pursuing a path outside the corporate world. Others might start a business directly out of college or as a side gig while they work at a different company full time. Regardless of how someone becomes an entrepreneur, it’s going to be a sizable time commitment. But just how big of a time commitment do entrepreneurs need to make to find success?
While many companies follow a standard 9-to-5, 40-hour workweek, entrepreneurs find themselves working at odd times of the day, many times more than 40 hours per week. For young or aspiring entrepreneurs being bombarded from all angles with the “entrepreneurial grind” on social media, it’s hard to know how many hours entrepreneurs truly work.
So how many hours should entrepreneurs work per week? With so much uncertainty, we turned to entrepreneurs and studies on workplace productivity to find an answer.
Read more: https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/11216-entrepreneurial-work-schedule.html