Difference between being an Entrepreneur and being self employed

Below are differences between an entrepreneur and someone who is self employed

Innovation Entrepreneurship necessarily involves the task of sensing opportunities and innovating products and services. Self-employment refers to full time involvement in own occupation in which one may or may not innovate a product or services.
Scope All entrepreneurs are self-employed. All self-employed persons may not necessarily be entrepreneurs.
Stage Entrepreneurship is the terminal stage of entrepreneurial growth. Self-employment is the middle stage of entrepeneurial growth.
Employment A lot of employment is generated. Only self-employment, additional employment may or may not exist.
It is a matter of attitude. It is a matter of habbit.

NOTE: All entrepreneurs are self employed but not all who are self employed are entrepreneurs.

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