Why boomers are taking the lead in entrepreneurship

03/1/2013 | Fast Company online · MonsterThinking.com

Baby boomers are more likely to consider themselves to be entrepreneurial than younger generations, according to a study by Monster.com and Millennial Branding. In addition, people age 50 to 69 reported being more willing to embrace risk than those age 18 to 29. Older entrepreneurs have a few advantages: They tend to have more wealth and more experience than younger people do.

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