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Washington, D.C. – Military service is highly correlated with self-employment, according to an Office of Advocacy study, Factors Affecting Entrepreneurship among Veterans, released today. The study by John Hope, Brian Oh, and Patrick Mackin of SAG Corporation uses three data sources to explore how military service is related to veteran entrepreneurship. In the private sector workforce, the study found that veterans are at least 45 percent more likely than those with no active-duty military experience to be self-employed.

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