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3 per cent growth in income for other industries
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2010-03-11T10:00:00.000Z
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3 per cent growth in income for other industries

Entrepreneurial income for the self-employed in other industries amounted to almost NOK 475 000 on average in 2008. This is an increase of 3 per cent from the previous year.

Operating expenses and operating profit in shares of operating income, by main income. 2008. Per cent

Less than 110 000 of the self-employed received their main income from other industries in 2008, and 34 000 received their main income from primary industries. Their average entrepreneurial income was NOK 358 200. More than 183 000 of the self-employed received their main income from wages and pensions. Entrepreneurial income for this group amounted to NOK 47 600 on average in 2008.

Operating income and expenses

The self-employed with a main income from other industries had an average operating income of NOK 1 237 600 and average operating expenses of NOK 786 300. Operating profit amounted to NOK 451 300 on average. Operating profit varies between the different industries. The self-employed in dental practice activities had an operating profit of NOK 1 000 0001 on average, medical practice activities of NOK 1 064 001 and legal activities of NOK 850 0001. Operating profit amounted to NOK 480 0001 on average for taxi operation.

The self-employed with a main income from primary industries had an average operating income of NOK 1 226 100 and average operating expenses of NOK 901 600. Operating profit amounted to NOK 324 500 on average.

About the statistics

The tables include information about 327 287 self-employed persons. The self-employed are classified by whether their main incomes come from primary industries, other industries or wages and pensions.

A self-employed person is a person who conducts business at his or her own risk. Married couples are counted as two self-employed persons when they share the taxable entrepreneurial income. One self-employed person can run more than one business. For more information go to “About the statistics”.

1  Corrected 22 September 2010.

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