Wednesday, 15 February 2017
The average rate of self-employment in Scottish towns is 6.4%. Portree, Skye, more than doubles that figure with 13.1% while the undisputed 'capital' of this style of working is a major gateway to the Western Isles, Ullapool. Here 17.9% of the working population is classified as self-employed. The West Highland Free Press has the details. The image above is from Will Copestake Media and it's likely that the adventurer, guide and photographer, below, comes into this employment category.
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