There is a very strong perception that young people today (our so-called Generation Y) are innovative and dynamic and will continue to be the driving force behind successful entrepreneurial ventures. This perception, to a large degree, has come about because of the immense success of Mark Zuckerberg, a member of the millennial generation.
As John Lettieri, co-founder of the Economic Innovation Group said before the U.S. Senate in July, millennials are on their way to becoming the least entrepreneurial generation in decades. This is quite a contrast from the beliefs of those who have embraced the idea that millennials could, in fact, be the most entrepreneurial generation since the Industrial Revolution.
By: Wesley Cherisien, Entrepreneur
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