New grads Emily Breslow and Alana Pradhan chose a start-up rather than corporate route.
Trish Costello’s insight:
Gen Y continues to jump into the start-up world, by both design and necessity. The results may pay dividends for generations. Research shows that the younger a person gets into entrepreneurship the more likely is their success over time. Makes sense from Gladwell’s 10,000 hours needed for mastery. And young people have little too lose without many of the responsibilities that come as life goes on
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