As children we never worried about "tomorrow" and everyday was a new adventure. However as adults when learn that we'll have to provide for ourselves most of choose the safety of going to school with the hopes that some (entrepreneur) or the government will hire us and provide us with benefits we can "count on". The hard lesson in life is oftentimes this doesn't work out for us. Some of us come to regret we didn't take more risks in our youth to pursue our dreams.
From the entrepreneurial mindset it's an "eat what you kill" world. It's trading effort in for "profits" and not exchanging time for "wages".
Lastly I believe the vast majority of us were raised by (employees) and not (entrepreneurs). I would imagine anyone whose parents had folks working for them would likely believe that's how life is supposed to be. That's all they've ever known.
I read somewhere that Donald Trump never filled out a job application in his life! His father was a successful real estate investor and Donald took things to a much higher level.
In fact if he somehow lost EVERYTHING today my guess is Trump would not be trolling through ads on Monster.com or Indeed.com looking for places to email his resume.
When an entrepreneur goes belly up he or she usually looks for a way to launch another enterprise! They want to be their own boss and call the shots. If they were forced to work for someone else odds are they'd choose a career that involved sales where they could earn large commissions. An entrepreneur never wants a "cap" on how much he or she can earn for their efforts.