According to an OECD report
, self-employment rates are generally higher in countries with lower income levels per capita. The report defines self-employmed people as employers, own-account workers, members of producers’ co-operatives and unpaid family workers. Greece
has an impressive level of entrepreneurial flair with self-employment accounting for 35.4 percent of all employment
. Turkey follows with 34 percent while Mexico comes third with 32.1 percent.