Health crisis: the precariousness of self-employed people

Nathalie Richard is a training consultant in Bordeaux (Gironde), in self-entrepreneurship. Its clients are large private groups and the public service. But with the health crisis, its activity came to a halt. “For me, it was a massive blow, because, like many, I had not anticipated this situation“She explains. Her future is uncertain: she records 30% of activity compared to her usual. Nearly half of auto-entrepreneurs in France lost 70% of their activity in 2020.

Nathalie Richard benefited for four months from the solidarity fund, but she is no longer eligible, and requested the RSA. “I am currently looking for a side job that will allow me to continue living until spring“, she adds. She took this opportunity to train.”I put into practice what I teach when I intervene on esteem and trust (…). The idea is to take advantage of this situation, this context that is not comfortable. “The trainer, previously a cook or dental technician, will manage to bounce back; she is convinced of this.

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