We often think of millennials as the “start-up generation” – apt to jump from job to job in pursuit of the next cool technology or popular idea. In an article published on Mic on Monday, Hillary Clinton called millennials “the most open, diverse and entrepreneurial generation in our country’s history.”

Millennials are certainly diverse, and they tend to be socially liberal. But a new nationwide poll carried out by EY, a professional services company, and the Economic Innovation Group, a policy and advocacy group, suggests that the generation of Americans who are now between the age of 18 and 34 really aren’t that entrepreneurial – a finding that is troubling for the future of the U.S. economy.

By: Ana Swanson, The Washington Post

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