Are young people really going into entrepreneurship? The author of this article cites some statistics that say no. According to a 2014 study by the Small Business Administration, less than two percent of Millennials were self-employed. This compares with 7.6 percent of Generation X and 8.3 percent of Baby Boomers. Another study, conducted by the Kaufman Foundation, found that those between 20 and 34 years of age accounted for only 22.7 percent of entrepreneurs in 2013, compared to 34.8 percent in 1996.
East Tennessee Economic Council "After Hours"
- Ts117, 701 Scarboro Road, Oak Ridge
- Apr 24 2019
Webinar of DoD SBIR and STTR Program
- Apr 25 2019
"All American Makers" Knoxville Edition
- Pellissippi State Community College’s Hardin Valley Campus
- May 02 2019
Startup Tri-Cities "Pitches and Pints"
- VENUE at the King’s Centre, Johnson City
- May 09 2019
Tennessee Valley Corridor National Summit
- UT Chattanooga
- May 29 2019