Fear of financial failure stopped 40 percent of millennials from starting businesses in 2014. Since the 1980s, the number of business owners under 30 dropped 65 percent, one analysis says. Now, a new nationwide survey might hold a few more clues as to why so few millennials are opting for the self-sustaining arms of Silicon Valley: They don’t trust the valley as far as they could throw it.

The survey comes from a partnership between professional services firm EY and the advocacy organization Economic Innovation Group, and can be found in full online.

By: Adam Rowe, Tech.Co

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