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From dreamer to doer, how digital learning boosts the entrepreneurial mindset

/   Anant Agarwal, The Huffington Post

Because of the Mark Zuckerberg and Drew Houston archetypes we’ve all come to know and admire, millennials are often thought of as the generation of entrepreneurs. But, you’d be surprised to hear that millennials as a whole are, in fact, more risk-averse than previous generations. The Kauffman Foundation’s latest study of entrepreneurship found that the…

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72 percent of millennials have no confidence in the federal government

/   Staff - Robert, Daily Inequality

In a new report, “The Millennial Economy,” Ernst & Young and the Economic Innovation Group polled 1,200 American millennials (ages 18 to 34) and found that millennials no longer have confidence in some foundational elements of the establishment. Some institutions fare decently: 55 percent of millennials have confidence in the military and 51 percent in…

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Most Millennials Are Hard To Manage, Are You One Of Them?

/   Andrew Medal, Forbes

Do you hate your job? Have a stormy relationship with your manager and feel locked into a 9-6 workday? If so, you may not only be one of those stereotypical “hard to manage” millennials but there could be an entrepreneur fighting for freedom within you, if you’d only let her shine. We’re the first generation…

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Millennials Are Actually the Least Entrepreneurial Generation

/   Dan Schawbel, Fortune

A few years ago, my company partnered with to survey workers of all generations, and we found that just 32% of millennials considered themselves entrepreneurs, compared to 41% of Generation X and 45% of baby boomers. Additional research from EY and the Economic Innovation Group discovered that 44% of millennials believe staying with one…

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What is a Millennipreneur?

/   Bridget Weston Pollack, Score

According to a survey of millennials by EY and Economic Innovation Group, 78 percent consider entrepreneurs successful, and 62 percent have considered starting their own business. Fifty-five percent believe their generation is more entrepreneurial than past ones, although the data says otherwise: Millennials are actually less likely to be entrepreneurs than people in other age…

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