The United States has always been a nation of entrepreneurs, the upstarts who take risks and challenge the established order so they can build a better life. But Americans today are less likely to change jobs, relocate, or start a company than in recent decades. This decline in entrepreneurship is one of the fundamental challenges of our time—with far-reaching implications for all Americans.

By: Steve Glickman and John Lettieri, The Daily Beast

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