Hello there Baby Boomers! Greetings to you, Gen X! Thanks for stopping by.

Millennials? You might not be reading this.

It turns out that those under 30-35 are the least likely to start a company (and might be interested in these statistics on a business site about entrepreneurship), according to a new survey.

EY and EIG (through independent agencies) polled 1,200 people in the 18-35 age group to find out about how likely they would be to start a company or choose self employment. In a startling twist, only 22% of Millennials said it would be worthwhile to become an entrepreneur. By comparison, 44% said the best path to success is through working at one company, something that seems decidedly old-fashioned.

By: John Brandon, Inc.

Read the full article here.

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