Millennials have been cast as lagging behind previous generations for their rates of entrepreneurism, but a new study from the Economic Innovation Group and EY (Ernst & Young) indicates young adults widely admire entrepreneurs, even as they’re choosing a different path for their own careers. Of the 1,200 people between the ages of 18 and 34 who were surveyed, a strong majority, 62 percent, said they had considered starting their own business.

By: David A. Arnott, Washington Business Journal

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