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 rate of new start-ups is higher today than 10 or 20 years ago for every major age group — except those between 20 and 34 years of age, a.k.a. Millennials.
By: Anant Agarwal, The Huffington Post
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