In the US millennials see entrepreneurship as path to success, but are delaying because of the economy

Kauffman Foundation launched results on millennials' perceptions on entrepreneurship: In a beleaguered economy, the country (USA) needs entrepreneurs – the nation's job creators. Fortunately, a recent poll shows that the so-called millennial generation – those ages 18-34 – are an entrepreneurial bunch. A few key barriers are holding them back, especially the economy. The nationwide cell phone and landline survey, conducted by the Young Invincibles in conjunction with Lake Research Partners and Bellwether Research and funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, polled 872 millennials on their thoughts about the economy and entrepreneurship.

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Is this also happening in Finland? The hype around startups and entrepreneurship societies let's you expect something else but on the other hand that sample is slightly biased.

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