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2/27/2013 – Millennial Meltdown: Boomers Are More Entrepreneurial Than Their Kids, Says Study (Forbes)
Entrepreneurs like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Tumblr’s David Karp are certainly rare, as evidenced by the fortunes they’ve amassed before age 30. They may be getting even rarer, if a new study by Monster.com and Millennial Branding is any indication.
According to the report, Zuckerberg and Karp’s generation is the least entrepreneurial cohort in the workforce today. Only 32% of Millennials (currently aged 18-29, also known as Generation Y) consider themselves to be entrepreneurial, compared with 41% of Generation X and 45% of Boomer respondents.
Read the full article at Forbes.